Early on many Friday mornings at NewBridge on the Charles, resident Roz Holt can be found in the lobby waiting for her daughter, Judy Klein, to arrive from her home in Canton so they can start their rounds of special deliveries to friends and neighbors throughout the campus. When Judy’s small van pulls up, she begins to carry in her loaves of homemade challah, still warm and fragrant from the oven.
Although we only get one month in the calendar year to highlight the importance of better hearing, I can assure you that your sense of hearing is important every single day of your life!
Without good hearing, we are often not connected to the sounds around us, whether it’s hearing our loved ones, hearing our doctors and nurses as they care for us in a stressful time, or hearing the sounds of springtime as it returns after a very long winter.
“Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender older people who fought the first battles for equality now face so much fear of discrimination, bullying and abuse that many are hiding their lives to survive. Thousands are dying earlier than their straight counterparts because they are isolated and afraid to ask for help.” This quote was excerpted from the movie Gen Silent, a film by Stu Maddox.