The James P. Lovell Advocacy Award is given annually by the International Hearing Society to the member or organization that has accomplished extraordinary achievements in advocating for the deaf and hard of hearing. This year, Beltone Tristate’s Amanda Bonner BC-HIS has been honored with the award.
As a National Board Certified Hearing Care Practitioner, Amanda has been serving the hearing impaired for over a decade with half of that time at Beltone Tristate. While she is largely seeing patients in Huntington, WV and Hamlin, WV, her contributions to the deaf and hearing-impaired community don’t end there.
“Amanda is deeply committed to the hearing care industry and to improving the lives of the hearing impaired,” said Beltone Tristate’s President and Owner, Marsha Mattingly. “She sets a great example within our profession for what the future of hearing care can and should be.”
Amanda is a third-generation Hearing Care Practitioner, and she has learned to always follow the Golden Rule when treating and caring for her patients. Her passion for helping others is apparent as she guides her patients through their journey to better hearing and maintaining an active and enjoyable life.
Please join us in congratulating Amanda on this amazing achievement! She will also be honored at the IHS Annual Convention & Expo later this month.
About Beltone Tristate
Beltone Tristate is a family-owned and operated company. We have been serving our communities in West Virginia, Kentucky, and Ohio for 60 years. During the years our local hearing care professionals have made a huge difference in the lives of millions of people who are dealing with various degrees of hearing loss. We care about our community’s hearing health and want to provide everyone with the best in hearing care and a lifetime of support.
About the International Hearing Society
The International Hearing Society (IHS) is a membership association that represents hearing healthcare professionals worldwide. IHS members are engaged in the practice of testing human hearing and selecting, fitting, and dispensing hearing instruments and counseling patients. Founded in 1951, the Society continues to recognize the need for promoting and maintaining the highest possible standards for its members in the best interests of the hearing impaired it serves.