April 15, 2015
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Kirkwood Public Library Hosts Hearing Health Education Event
Kirkwood Public Library is proud to announce the Hearing Health Education with Zounds Event, to be held Monday, May 11 at 2pm at the Library. The event will answer questions about hearing loss with demonstrations and other information, as well as the opportunity to win a Zounds Gift Certificate.
Kirkwood Public Library, in collaboration with Zounds, is hosting a Hearing Health Education Event. Held Monday May 11 at 2pm at the Kirkwood Public Library, the event will answer the public’s questions about hearing loss while providing education on hearing health, hearing aids, and more.
Representatives from Zounds will cover the following topics:
- Signs of hearing loss
- Importance of recognizing hearing loss
- Impacts of hearing loss on our daily lives
There will also be demonstrations on the use and care of hearing aids, and a prize drawing including a $500 Zounds Gift Certificate. Free hearing evaluations are available at Zounds, located at 9997 Manchester Road in Kirkwood.
For more information, contact Kirkwood Public Library.
About Kirkwood Public Library:
For nearly 75 years, the Kirkwood Public Library has been a warm and welcoming place for the Kirkwood community. What began as one room full of books on the top floor of City Hall has grown into a three-story building housing a wide collection of all types of materials. Visit the Kirkwood Public Library online at KirkwoodPublicLibrary.org.
Zounds was founded by Sam Thomasson, an Engineer and entrepreneur who has spent his career developing new technologies in the medical device and consumer electronics industries. Sam is also the father of a hearing-impaired daughter and has witnessed the problems associated with today’s hearing aids. Sam promised his daughter that he would develop a hearing aid to address the key problems common with other high-end hearing aids. Zounds’ breakthrough technology is the fulfillment of a father’s promise to his daughter and the solution for dissatisfied hearing aid users around the world.