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Dr. Rudden is a proud Global Hearing Ambassador for the Starkey Hearing Foundation.  She has travelled to India, Peru, Guyana, Costa Rica and St. Lucia in an effort to give the gift of hearing to people in need.  The Starkey Hearing Foundation’s mission – “So The World May Hear” is a simple, sustainable and scalable model of community-based hearing healthcare that has been offered in over 100 countries around the world.

At home, Dr. Rudden is committed to providing hearing help to people in Longmont and the surrounding communities through the Starkey Hearing Foundation’s Hear Now program.  This program is an application-based program that provides hearing help to low-income Americans. Each person we help is fit with new, top-of-the-line digital hearing aids that are customized to their hearing loss.  If you or someone you know is struggling with hearing loss and unable to afford hearing aids, please let us know so we can connect you with the resources to help.


Community-Based Hearing HealthCare Model Around The World.

  • PHASE 1 : Patient Identification
  • PHASE 2 : Hearing Mission
  • PHASE 3 : AfterCare Program

  • Identify and train partners and community-based health workers.
  • Identify, screen and give primary ear-care services to potential hearing aid candidates.
  • Take ear impressions.
  • Create custom earmolds.

  • Fit hearing aids and custom earmolds on qualified hearing aid candidates.
  • Counsel and train hearing aid recipients, teachers, student ambassadors and patients on how to care for and operate hearing aids.
  • Provide AfterCare information to hearing aid recipients on where to go and who to contact for follow-up services.
  • Select and train local program teams to execute ongoing program activities.

  • Conduct outreach to provide AfterCare services to patients within the first month after receiving hearing aids.
  • Provide ongoing monthly AfterCare services at a central location giving patients access to additional care including recounseling, batteries and free services to repair or replace hearing aids when needed.
  • Monitor and evaluate program and team.
  • Provide on-going education for the program team and community-based healthcare workers.
  • Identify new hearing aid candidates for future phase one.

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