When Sue Grimwood was invited to enjoy the big band sounds of a swing concert on Saturday afternoon, she thought she was testing her newly fitted cochlear hearing device and giving feedback. Instead, the Sydney mother listened to her daughter sing for the first time in almost 30 years.
For the Cochlear Australia representatives who had kept the plan secret for nearly two months, the event was a celebration of the advancements in hearing technology.
“It was unbelievable and the most magical day I’ve ever had in my life,” Ms Grimwood said, wiping her eyes. “It was just heaven.”
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