our mission

Songs For Sound is a 501c3 charity founded on a heartwarming story & a passionate objective: to bridge the gap between “I think I have hearing loss” and quality hearing healthcare while increasing inclusion and opportunities for those with hearing loss and deafness.

Let love be our greatest aim.

1 Corinthians 14:1

  • FREE Hearing Tests Given (2015-2017)
    FREE Hearing Tests Given (2015-2017)

    10,100

  • Children Referred to Audiology
    Children Referred to Audiology

    43%

  • Dollars Donated to Hearing Programs for Families
    Dollars Donated to Hearing Programs for Families

    175,000

  • Veterans Referred to VA Audiology
    Veterans Referred to VA Audiology

    85%

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Vernon and Clark then worked hand-in-hand with members of Phonak customer care, product management, and the Sonova distribution center in Aurora, Ill, to expedite the shipping of products and accessories. Clark recounted the following story:

“When I first arrived in Houston, I went to the Lakewood Church. There was a gentleman there that had lost his hearing aids and his glasses in the flood and was having trouble communicating. He gave me the name of his audiology clinic and I told him I would be back with hearing aids for him. I reached out to Jaime and she jumped into action and overnighted hearing aids to me. I came back to Houston with his aids and as soon as he saw me, he jumped up and gave me a great big hug. One of the other volunteers took him to the audiologist the next day for programming.”

STORMS IN LIFE WILL RAGE...become who God made you to be and allow Him to PREPARE you for your PURPOSE.

You know what I’m talking about. That call from your doctor with less than perfect news, or the fight with your spouse, or sibling rivalry drop down, drag out fights. These are normal, every day things that happen to everyone. Everyday people find out someone they love has died. Everyday people find out their car repairs are the upwards of $1500. Everyday, people find out they lost their job.

But there’s something different when you add to the mix, raising special needs children. I have two special needs kids. My daughter Lexi, most of you know, is bilaterally deaf. She is a cochlear implant recipient. Lexi seems to be like every other kid, talks like every other kid, acts like every other kid…but what you don’t see is the complete and total mental exhaustion from listening thru a device all day. You don’t see the hours we spend dissecting language or pre-teaching vocabulary before it’s taught in class. You don’t see how we spend time on a grease board teaching her softball and basketball plays because she processes sound & information differently. You don’t see the hours spent working with Learning Services to coordinate her needs. And you don’t see the time she spends in tutoring because she missed out on two years of language....

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