April 2, 2018 – At the recent Missouri Hearing Society Educational Conference in Kansas City, MO, Richard Leroux, B.S., BC-HIS, Experience Hearing Center, was presented the Gold Award for Outstanding Educational Achievement.
The Missouri Hearing Society recognizes those individuals who go beyond the basic continuing education requirements in order to provide superior service to their patients. Richard completed 24 hours of continuing education to receive a Gold Award.
“It’s important to me that our community members are provided access to the best hearing care possible,” explains Richard Leroux. “Continuing education on new technology, techniques, and services allows me to stay current with the latest developments in my specialty of hearing instrument sciences.”
Additionally, Richard is Board Certified by the National Board for Certification in Hearing Instrument Sciences. This means he has taken the initiative to excel beyond the basic requirements for assisting the hearing impaired. He has successfully completed a psychometric examination compiled by a panel of experts who are Board Certified in Hearing Instrument Sciences (BC-HIS) and by doing so, demonstrates an exemplary level of knowledge, skill and expertise in his field.
Richard is the owner of Experience Hearing Center, 1505 W. Austin Blvd., 417-667-5566, a locally owned and independent hearing clinic.
October 29, 2018 – Experience Hearing Center, LLC in Nevada, Missouri is helping area food pantries fill their Thanksgiving baskets with a canned food/non-perishable food drive in November and December 2018.
Drop off two canned or non-perishable food items to Experience Hearing Center, 1505 W. Austin during the months of November and December and you’ll be gifted one pack of hearing aid batteries for your generous donation. Experience Hearing Center is open Monday – Thursday, 9 am to 4 pm.
Recommended items for Thanksgiving baskets are boxed stuffing/dressing, boxed mashed potatoes, canned green beans, canned cream of mushroom soup, canned dried onions, and canned sweet potatoes or yams. Please only provide food that is in good condition, properly labeled by the maker and not expired. Other canned and non-perishable items that are donated during the months of November and December at Experience Hearing Center will be used to stock the pantry shelves.
The two pantries to receive the donated items are Community Outreach in Nevada, Mo and First Christian Church in El Dorado Springs, Mo.
Questions may be directed to Michelle Leroux (la-roo), co-owner of Experience Hearing Center, 417-667-5566.