Sunday, April 13, 2008

Osmond Hearing Centers

Hello Everyone!
Im so excited to announce the Grand Opening of our 1st Osmond Hearing Centers.  Hopefully the 1st of many more to come! 
As many of you know,  I was born with a Congenital Hearing Loss so I know first-hand what it's like not to hear...  Over the years as I've learned to make this challenge and trial one of my greatest blessings, it has become a passion of mine to help others hear.  A wise friend of mine once told me, "We build up our income by what we get, but we build up our lives by what we give."  At the Osmond Hearing Centers, our goal is to build lives and provide this gift, even The Gift of Better Hearing to all those who may be missing out on life's precious sounds!
Bringing Music to your Ears...
Justin Osmond


Anonymous said...

Justin -

Congrats on opening up the 1st, of what I believe, will be many hearing centers. You have a special gift and are sharing it. Helping others is the best a person can do.

May God Bless you and your family,


Anonymous said...

Way to Go, Justin! I am so proud of you and the work you are doing! Keep it up!


Judy J said...

Congrats Justin!

Hopefully the first of many more hearing centers, so you will be able to reach, and help, even more people.

We are proud of you.

Karen Harding said...

Justin, I loved the video interview with your dad, you mentioned you could now hear the birds & your dad's music, so happy for you, my friend!

Would you please consider opening a Hearing Centre in London,people think because we have the NHS that all can afford to buy hearing aids, not so. My dad went into hospital for a heart bypass & when he came to, they'd lost both his aids, they put together bits of other aids, but I would give anything for him to have 'state-of-the-art' aids.

I've applied for a job at a hearing aid shop, fingers crossed.

The 1st Osmonds I ever met,your uncles Virl & Tom inspired me way back to try to help the hard-of-hearing.I learnt BSL because of them. In 2000 you & I signed together & I was thrilled, however 4 years later you remembered me but I'd lost my signing, I was ashamed! I went back & re-learned it & went on to pass the next level up. I am now using it at a Special Needs school I volunteer at, also at the local Deaf Club. Like you, I want to help.

I hope this venture spreads across the world, if I were younger I would have liked to work for Starkey too.

I love to hear of your trips, but also to see the joy on the faces of those who hear for the 1st time, it warms my heart! Thank you for being so selfless in wanting to bring the same gift to others that you now enjoy! So proud of you, buddy!
Love ya lots!

Julie R said...

Justin, I was there in Springfield and you looked so happy and busy showing everyone around I just didn't want to interrupt to say hi. I was happy to see so many signing to one another while there, many friends were made that day!
I was very impressed with the technology that was there and the staff was very helpful with questions.
Happy the weather held out, prayers answered huh?
Congrats and my best to you on this great thing you are doing for so many.
You will be blessed daily, I'm sure!
Julie R

kandis said...

Congrats Justin!
Are you at Starkey anymore?
I haved enjoyed many visits with you at Starkey!

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