JUDY, A SOCIALLY ACTIVE AUTHOR AND GRANDMOTHER, WAS STARTING TO ISOLATE

Judy Lovins from Phoenix, Arizona first noticed her hearing loss when her grandchildren stopped making sense. At first, assuming it had to do with their “teen speak” she ignored it, but then she started to ask others to repeat all the time. Friendly and talkative, her struggle to hear became embarrassing for her.

Because of her hearing loss, Judy was starting to quit doing some of her favorite things. An active volunteer for years, she suddenly found herself reluctant to participate because of her hearing. She was losing her favorite things and desperate to regain herself. Coming to Exceptional, she found a solution that allowed her to get her life back.

Lovins is the author of the memoir, “The Redhead in the Mirror.” It is about her relationship with her mother, a woman who had very particular ideas on what it meant to be a woman as she grew into adulthood. It is a fascinating read.

Thanks to Judy for her eloquent and kind words.

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