SWC has several lists (with a maximum of 99 people on a list) that share feelings, frustrations and humor without having to explain and repeat ourselves.
If you were recently diagnosed with hearing loss and feel confused about hearing aids, we have many experienced hearing aid users who’ve been there and done that. We can tell you how to be a smart consumer and not just settle for just any price given to you. How to pick a good audiologist, how to get the best deal on hearing aids, what assistive technology can do for you in the workplace and how to survive the holidays and so much more that affects us daily.
If you’re considering having a Cochlear Implant or just want to learn more about implants, we have a special list for C.I. users.
If you’re just beginning to investigate whether the C.I is for you or want to learn more about implants, than we have a great group of people to tell you their personal stories. People who have been through the process and started out exactly where u are right now. People who have questions and answers about the differences in manufacturers of the Implants. Most of all, if you decide to go through with having the implant, everyone on the list is ready and willing to go through it with you and high five you when you hear your first words.
We’re happy to announce that we will soon be starting a special list group for people with Meneire’s and vertigo problems. So keep coming back to our weblog or website to check for the announcement of the start of this wonderful and much needed group.
If you’re interested in learning more about SWC please visit us at: www.saywhatclub.com and search through our website. Feel free to email and ask questions concerning joining a great group of people who can relate to where you are, where you’re going and what’s in store for you. Each list group has its own personality so that our hospitality committee can make the right fit for your specific needs.
Hearing loss doesn’t have to mean the end of your social life, your work life or your communicating with people. SWC is here to give you the tools, the support and resources to get through it and not allow yourself to be alienated from an active life.
Our lists are made up of everyday people. Come see for yourself and allow us to give you what we’ve been given…. friendships, support, opportunities and much more.