Category Archives: ASL

Kind Words


Foundation For Sight and Sound loves helping those who cannot hear. Even more than that we love hearing from those we have helped and their family on how their new hearing aids have changed their lives. Below please find some … Continue reading


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A note from Clara


Sorry for taking so long in sending my letter of appreciation. I sure appreciate getting my hearing aids. I could never afforded them otherwise I’ve needed them for a long time. They are sure helping so much. I don’t have … Continue reading


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Helping Hands For Dolores


Dolores shares her story of her struggles of what life was like before the help of Foundation for Sight and Sound. Dolores life has changed for all the better and we are proud that we were apart of it. Dolores … Continue reading


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2012-2013 Scholarship Recipient Jordyn’s 1st year at college


My first year as a college student at Arizona State University has come to an end, and it felt like it was over in a blink of an eye. As I look back on photos, posts, and messages from the … Continue reading


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Orlando Florida Mission


As a volunteer for the Foundation for Sight & Sound, I was truly blessed to be a part of the Orlando, Florida Hearing Aid Mission that took place on Tuesday, March 25th, 2014. I was in awe as I witnessed … Continue reading


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PRIORITIES


Priorities is described in the dictionary as a noun, the condition of being prior; antecedence; precedence or as an adjective, highest or higher in importance, rank, privilege, etc., a priority task. What is this all about? What is the meaning … Continue reading


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Note from Mattie G., from Hickman, KY


What a beautiful note we received from Mattie G. “Thank You so much for giving me the opportunity to hear. It’s a blessing and has changed the quality of my life” It’s notes like these that show us each day … Continue reading


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Help America Hear Mission at Montefiore 2013


My perspective as a volunteer at the Foundation For Sight and Sound’s 5th Annual Help America Hear Mission at Montefiore Medical Center on October 26, 2013. I feel blessed to be part of the FSS and what it stands for. … Continue reading


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Learning ASL (American Sign Language)


Notes from Michelle Like learning a second language, ASL (American Sign Language) can be tricky but helpful. There is much more to learning American Sign Language than just memorizing signs. ASL has its own grammar, culture, history, terminology and other … Continue reading


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