Oticon Government Services was on duty at the 119th Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Convention on July 21-25 in Kansas City, Missouri, to serve up hearing health and hearing solution awareness to the thousands of veterans who attended the annual gathering, the hearing aid manufacturer announced. Oticon Government Services team members met with veterans and military service members from active, guard, and reserve forces to answer questions and provide hands-on experience with Oticon Opn™rechargeable and Oticon ConnectClip, the newest Oticon hearing solutions available through the Veterans Affairs (VA) Administration.
“Our participation in the VFW Convention gives us an opportunity to meet veterans in person and thank them for their service,” said David Horowitz, AuD, director, government services. “It also provides a forum to discuss the newest Oticon technology and answer questions about how hearing solutions can make a positive difference for veterans who experience hearing loss, the most prevalent service-connected disability.”
As an official supplier of the Veterans Health Administration, Oticon is said to provide hearing solutions that help “empower Veteran Affairs and Department of Defense audiologists” to improve hearing and quality of life for the nation’s veterans and active duty military personnel. Oticon Government Services conducts trainings across the country and throughout the year to support VA audiologists and technicians in increasing success for their patients.
To learn more about the expanded Oticon Opn family, including new Oticon ConnectClip, and other Oticon hearing solutions available through the Veterans Affairs Administration, visit Oticon.com/solutions/for-veterans.