Surrey firefighters donate $1

Surrey firefighters donate funds for new equipment

Deaf and hard-of-hearing students receive state-of-the-art hearing system

Deaf and hard-of-hearing students at BC Family Hearing Resource Society will have an enhanced learning experience with a new state-of-the-art hearing system purchased with funds donated by the Surrey Firefighters Charitable Association.

The students will be the first in the province to access the system, dubbed Roger, according to a news release, which added that the system enhances  learning for students with a cochlear implant or hearing device by overcoming classroom noise and directly transmitting the voice of the teacher to the student

Firefighters from the Surrey Fire Department Hall 6 presented a cheque for $1,873 to the BCFHRS to help fund the new hearing system last month.

 

 

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