This October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month will celebrate 25 years of making a positive difference for women and their families in communities around the world. Don and Audrey Hawley of Sound Advice Hearing Solutions in St. Petersburg, FL are proud to support this worthy cause in a way that will also make a positive difference for people with hearing loss in the Tampa Bay area.
Sound Advice Hearing Solutions is among a select group of U.S. hearing care practitioners to offer the new Oticon Agil “Think Pink,” a sleek, distinctively pink hearing device. During National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Sound Advice Hearing Solutions is participating in the national “Pink with a Purpose” campaign to help raise funds for breast cancer research. Throughout October, leading hearing care manufacturer Oticon will donate a portion of proceeds from the sale of Agil “Think Pink” and all other Agil hearing devices to the National Breast Cancer Coalition.
“Agil takes much of the hard work out of organizing, selecting and following sounds so that people with hearing loss can stay engaged and active in everyday activities,” states Don Hawley, BC-H.I.S, co-owner of Sound Advice Hearing Solutions. “With the addition of the Streamer, a sleek companion device that resembles an MP3 player, Agil connects wirelessly to TVs, cell and landline phones and other popular communication devices.”
Special edition Agil “Think Pink” is available in tiny mini behind-the-ear device that is almost invisible on the ear. Audrey Hawley, BC-H.I.S., co-owner of Sound Advice Hearing Solutions, notes that the Agil family of hearing instruments can accommodate approximately 80 percent of hearing losses.
For more information on hearing loss and the Agil “Think Pink”, contact Sound Advice Hearing Solutions at (727)822-2132 or visit www.soundadviceflorida.com .