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Cleveland Big Wheel Relay 2019

Have you ever experienced the help of a saint in your life ?  I did once, when my twins, Claire & Emily, were born without ears.  Her name is Bridgid Whitford of the Cleveland Hearing & Speech Center.  She came to my home, embraced us and welcomed us into her CHSC family.  The Center’s Regional Infant Hearing Program immediately stepped into action to encourage us, educate us about microtia atresia, and support us.  RIHP referred us to one of their best audiologists, Laura Brady.   Now the twins can hear, using the Bone Conduction Hearing Aids.  These women are saints, and these saints are the reason that my Sisters and I race every year to raise money for this exceptional organization.  They inspire us to make a difference in other’s lives, as they have done for me and my twins.  I am eternally grateful.  When you live with hearing loss, you're not simply missing out on sounds, you're missing out on life, laughter and words of encouragement.  From Gail

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Have you ever experienced the help of a saint in your life ? I did once, when my twins, Claire & Emily, were born without ears. Her name is Bridgid Whitford of the Cleveland Hearing & Speech Center. She came to my home, embraced us and welcomed us into her CHSC family. The Center’s Regional Infant Hearing Program immediately stepped into action to encourage us, educate us about microtia atresia, and support us. RIHP referred us to one of their best audiologists, Laura Brady. Now the twins can hear, using the Bone Conduction Hearing Aids. These women are saints, and these saints are the reason that my Sisters and I race every year to raise money for this exceptional organization. They inspire us to make a difference in other’s lives, as they have done for me and my twins. I am eternally grateful. When you live with hearing loss, you're not simply missing out on sounds, you're missing out on life, laughter and words of encouragement. From Gail

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Have you ever experienced the help of a saint in your life ? I did once, when my twins, Claire & Emily, were born without ears. Her name is Bridgid Whitford of the Cleveland Hearing & Speech Center. She came to my home, embraced us and welcomed us into her CHSC family. The Center’s Regional Infant Hearing Program immediately stepped into action to encourage us, educate us about microtia atresia, and support us. RIHP referred us to one of their best audiologists, Laura Brady. Now the twins can hear, using the Bone Conduction Hearing Aids. These women are saints, and these saints are the reason that my Sisters and I race every year to raise money for this exceptional organization. They inspire us to make a difference in other’s lives, as they have done for me and my twins. I am eternally grateful. When you live with hearing loss, you're not simply missing out on sounds, you're missing out on life, laughter and words of encouragement. From Gail

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Have you ever experienced the help of a saint in your life ? I did once, when my twins, Claire & Emily, were born without ears. Her name is Bridgid Whitford of the Cleveland Hearing & Speech Center. She came to my home, embraced us and welcomed us into her CHSC family. The Center’s Regional Infant Hearing Program immediately stepped into action to encourage us, educate us about microtia atresia, and support us. RIHP referred us to one of their best audiologists, Laura Brady. Now the twins can hear, using the Bone Conduction Hearing Aids. These women are saints, and these saints are the reason that my Sisters and I race every year to raise money for this exceptional organization. They inspire us to make a difference in other’s lives, as they have done for me and my twins. I am eternally grateful. When you live with hearing loss, you're not simply missing out on sounds, you're missing out on life, laughter and words of encouragement. From Gail

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