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SharonC Cochlear Volunteer- Ambassador

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How our Story's Change

October 19, 2012
posted by  Maxie


Has anyone had vertigo after cochlear implant
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ezmikee

September 30, 2009

You say community help you. Let me say you help everyone so much!!Let me say Thank you to you!!!MIKEE
 
Cut

September 30, 2009

You have been through so much and it's obvious why you are still around, Sharon. God has a lot of people that he wants to share with you. You're incredible and I am so happy that your hearing and speech are going so well. I was sorry that we didn't have a chance to visit. Being late is one of my very top pet peeves for myself, I will surprise you one day and actually be eary to help set up! Luv you!
 
Lil K. - Cochlear Volunteer

September 30, 2009

When I lost a great deal of my hearing-my friends got me through that time. I feel strongly that the ci community is a tight knit group who want to help each person travel as smooth as possible on this hearing journey and over and over they extend their hands and hearts to support others.
 
EllenBR

October 01, 2009

Sharon, I just now had the opportunity to read your profile and blogs. I was almost in tears. You are such an inspiration. Your ability to meet such personal challenges with the help of your faith is a testament to an incredible individual. I'm humbled to be your friend in this wonderful community. Ellen
 
Lisa W.

October 01, 2009

Cochlear Community is definitely one of my greatest support groups. Even being able to meet some of you face to face has been so wonderful. I am thankful to have all of you with all your countless advice and encouraging words! Sharon, I applaud you getting up and sharing your story! Lisa W. :0)
 
Carla B - Awareness Network Volunteer

October 01, 2009

I totally agree with you, Sharon, and everyone else that has made comments on your blog. It's a blessing to have so many friends within the Cochlear community that understands what we are going through, the mountains and the valleys. Thank you for sharing your stories, Carla :-D
 
SharonC Cochlear Volunteer- Ambassador

October 02, 2009

You see this is the perfect example of all that I was saying it almost brings tears to my eyes the love that comes from this community. Thank you again-SharonC
 
Jean -Cochlear Awareness Volunteer

October 02, 2009

Yes, Sharon, we have all come a long way and most of us still have a ways to go. Sure there are ups and down days, but I feel like there are more up ones than down.It will be 1 yr next wk that I was activated. I look back on all the sounds I have heard for the first time and there is usually something still new each day.2 things that are on my mind now are, our sink in bathroom has been making a chugging noise when water drains out, storm door outside kitchen door has been making a squaeking noise when it is opened or closed. I have just noticed & heard these for past couple wks. Sure it has been going on for sometime.(hubby hadn't let me know) But guess you know he has some handy man jobs to do. I don't like for anything to not work perfectly, but it made me happy that I could hear the noise from door & sink.The community has been a great help for everyone and you are right at the top, lifting everyone up when needed.Thank you, Sharon
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