In praise of Homer audiologist

  • Thursday, November 21, 2013 10:37am
  • News

I would like to voice an opinion of and express my gratitude to a lady who performs a great service to Homer. I am referring to Susan Bunting. She is the audiologist who operates the speech and hearing clinic known as Hear Say, located on East End Road.

She helps a broad span of people from the very young, to the older generation, who have speech or hearing difficulties. Susan must be one of the most patient people on earth. I can’t imagine trying to keep a small child’s attention during a therapy session. I know she has worked hard and diligently with me just to try to get my hearing aids finally adjusted so I can hear. If you should need hearing aids, she will tell you just what you should have, what will or won’t work the best for you and will not try to sell you something you can’t use or don’t need.

If she should decide to move to another city someday, the citizens here will experience a great loss. I, for one, don’t know what I would have done over the past few years if she had not been here for me, and I know I am not alone. Just think of the small children she has helped. Susan is a true and caring professional. I hope she is here for a long time to come.

Bert Keyes

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