Improve the chances of success with your hearing aids like John.
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Ensure what you hear becomes what you understand.
Not only did you shed light on what Auditory Processing Disorders are and how it might manifest itself in young children, your passion and dedication to your work was also clearly evident, as well as the importance of focusing on the young child. Our staff now feels comfortable recommending you to our parents, and we look forward to working with you in the future.
Dear Dr. Woods,
Thank you so much for your presentation at our recent professional day. My colleagues and I thoroughly enjoyed your presentation and remarked at the end of the day that this was the best professional day we ever had. I appreciate you making me look so good!
Your power point was very interesting and gave us much valuable information which will change our nursing practice.
Dr. Susan Woods,
I know you have been waiting to hear how my reprogrammed hearing aids are working out. I wanted to wait a couple of days to make sure I did not have any problems hearing the children or the teachers during school before I e-mailed you.I am happy to tell you that things are going well. I am hearing the children so much better than I ever had while wearing hearing aids.I want to thank you so much for listening to my concerns and addressing them.I felt that you were genuinely concerned with my hearing situations and worked on changing and fine tuning my hearing aids wherever possible to help me achieve better hearing with much less stress.I want to thank you again not only for your skill as an audiologist and your concern and caring for the patient you are helping, but also for allowing me to contact you if need be.
Thank you for your impressive testing and analysis of my condition. It was the most thorough audiometric examination that I have ever experienced.
All Doctor’s visits should be that pleasurable.
Performed professionally and gave me the correct advice and help. I just thought you should know what a terrific employee you have. In today’s world, we often forget to pat each other on the back.