FREDERICKTOWN — Christopher Spiers was diagnosed earlier this year with sensorineural hearing loss after suffering with hearing problems, probably since birth, according to his mother, Emily, who took on a second job to help pay for the $3,000 cost for each aid, since their insurance did not cover the devices.



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One Response to “Trip to fair turns into life-changing event for Spiers”

  1. Duncan

    “God has always provided for us, and that‚Äôs not going to change.‚Äù

    God had nothing to do with it. Science provided the technological advances that go into developing hearing aids and the mother provided the funds that insurance wouldn’t cover by taking a second job. There’s nothing divine about that.