This is our story
Our inspiration for Colorful Hearing was animated by the scene in the 1939 movie Wizard of Oz, when Dorothy walked out of Kansas into Oz. The magical transition from existence in gray-scale to life in living color parallels the auditory journey that hearing impaired Patients make, on the way to recovering their quality of life. Untreated hearing loss leaves people with a barren auditory soundscape. At Colorful Hearing, we work to restore communication for each individual with tailored, effective solutions. The result….. is that life blooms in living color. In the treatment transition, confidence goes up and stress comes down. Come experience hearing in living color, where we are dedicated to the Young at Heart.
The day after Dr. Taylor saw her first Patient with Colorful Hearing, a full bow rainbow appeared over her home in the middle of the dry Texas summer. And her first Patient’s name was……Dorothy. No kidding!
Meet Dr. Taylor
Dr. Taylor wears hearing aids, uses assistive listening devices, and practices the communication strategies she offers. With more than 25 years experience, she is tenacious about solving her Patients’ communication problems. Hearing loss affects the entire family. Dr. Taylor welcomes family involvement to work through easier ways of communicating.
Meet Mr. Mische
Mr. Michael Mische, the great and powerful Oz, is on site to assist with your financing options. Michael is Financial Director of Colorful Hearing. He has an M.B.A. from Darden Business School. As a former Army Ranger and Green Beret, he understands the special challenges Veterans face, in the sacrifice they made for our country.
Meet Tifinee Brandon
Tifinee, the one with the magic wand, keeps all systems for medical admin advancing and running smoothly as Office Manager. Tifinee’s beautiful, friendly voice welcomes callers and visitors. No phone tree here! Tifinee attended Kilgore College for Business Administration and has worked in the medical field for over ten years. Tifinee enjoys spoiling Zeke, her beloved Cheagle (Chihuahua/Beagle) and her 12 nieces and nephews. The kids call her Aunt Tiffy.
The official clinic Therapy Dog Ammo will make you feel good about a bad hair day. Ammo is a Coton de Tulear who came from California because of the booming economy in Texas. Around these parts, we call his tribe “Cottons”. Ammo’s job at Colorful Hearing is to offer snuggles and fend off flying monkeys.