This is where you come in to play. Now, it is extremely hard for me to do this. Call it a pride thing, but I hate asking for help. But after all the medical bills in such a short amount of time (15 months) we are beyond tapped out. And, this is also for awareness. While we are THANKFULLY receiving help from our health insurance, it was a fight. In Georgia, hearing aids are considered ‘experimental’ and ‘cosmetic’ since it doesn’t ‘fix’ the issue, only aids. While they will cover his surgery when he is 5, they usually will not cover the soft-band (it attaches like a headband) aid beforehand. Like I said, they are thankfully, due to our wonderful audiologist fighting for Gavin, will cover up to 75% (but probably not that much), it is up to us for the last 25+%. Money we just don’t have laying around.
We have until December 1 to decide if we are able to do this by December 13, which is the date the insurance company gave us. We only need $1,200! This is Gavin’s critical time for learning speech and language cues.
Thank you so much for taking the time to read all this, as I am sure I have rambled long enough. Any more questions, you know where to find me. I am also going to attach where you can find more information.
Thank you again. Your love is greatly appreciated, and we owe you huge!
- Plohocky Family
- Billy and Rachael Curcio
- Tiffany Gilbert
- Rhonda and Don Noe
- Rachel Seftel
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