Print Ads

We frequently spotlight Karen Scott Audiology in our community press. Here are a few recent ads we’ve used to introduce ourselves to the community.

Karen Scott Pediatric Ad Karen Scott Pediatric Ad – We give medical assistance to the hospitals in SLO and Santa Barbara Counties for those failing the newborn screening tests. And we help pediatricians and other doctors with their older patients’ hearing problems.
Central Coast Magazine (CCM) Wellness Portfolio Ad CCM Wellness Portfolio Ad – Karen Scott, Christy Kirsch, and Jacque Carr have a combined 57 years of fitting hearing aids. We’re hearing specialists. Our results are relied on by doctors, UCLA, and the House Clinic.

Television Ads

Sometimes videos can communicate ideas with more impact than the same things presented in print. Here are a few recent television ads we’ve used to talk about hearing.

Helping You Hear The Things You Love

Can You Hear The Music

Community Service

We give back to the community by supporting local causes we believe in. We’d love it if you checked out a few organizations we’re involved in.

Jack's Helping Hand logo Jack’s Helping Hand - When three-year-old Jack Ready died from a rare form of brain cancer, his parents, Paul and Bridget Ready, established Jack’s Helping Hand in his memory. For nearly 5 years, Jack’s Helping Hand has been opening the door to a brighter future on the Central Coast by providing extensive financial and emotional support for children with disabilities. Assistance has included high-tech wheelchairs, state-of-the-art prosthetics, custom-designed equipment and child care.

Other accomplishments of Jack’s Helping Hand include:

  • Upgrading a therapy room for special needs children
  • Initiating an Adaptive Toy Lending Library
  • Establishing support groups for parents of children with cancer
  • Starting a birthday club, and
  • Drawing up plans for Jack’s Imagination Park, the only park for children with disabilities within hundreds of miles

Community support has been remarkable, with over $1 million donated in the past three years, mostly through an annual fundraising event at Santa Margarita Ranch. Funds have been used over the years to give local children new legs, new eyes, new voices and new hope.

Cuesta College Foundation logo Cuesta College Foundation - The Cuesta College Foundation works to assure a first-rate education to all that want it, and support Cuesta College by:

  • Providing the highest level of support and philanthropic opportunities
  • Serving as a liaison between the college and the community
  • Enhancing the college’s visibility and stature
  • Advocating for community colleges
  • Fostering a creative and rewarding environment for students, faculty, staff, and volunteers.

This non-profit organization raises private funding for programs and projects that are not funded or are under-funded by the state. The Foundation has provided millions of dollars for student scholarships, equipment, and programs and projects.

I Madonnari Festival Graphic I Madonnari – Each year in September, the plaza of the Old Mission in San Luis Obispo is transformed with colorful, large-scale street paintings created by artists and young people. The artists or “madonnari” begin working on Saturday morning of the weekend and continue drawing throughout the two-day festival.

The Old Mission plaza is subdivided into 200 pavement “squares” sponsored by business, organizations and individuals. Local artists are invited to become madonnari, or street painters, and get on their knees and fill these pavement canvases with their own unique inspiration.

Proceeds of this event help the Children’s Creative Project to enhance the arts education programs in the San Luis Obispo County schools, and enable the AIACCC scholarship foundation to provide scholarships for San Luis Obispo County students.

SLO Symphony Logo SLO Symphony – Since 1961, the SLO Symphony has been an artistic and educational force on the Central Coast. The Symphony presents a nine-month season of concerts including a classical masterworks series in the city of San Luis Obispo, a chamber music series in more intimate venues around the county, the seaside Pops concert in Avila Beach and a series of Children’s Concerts at the Performing Arts Center. They even encourage a love of classical music by opening their doors for kids to attend Free Dress Rehearsals.

Under the direction of Maestro Michael Nowak since 1984, the Symphony has commissioned new works, and produced two critically acclaimed recordings of the works of Craig H. Russell. They have toured in Spain, Australia, and the United States. They have appeared at Carnegie Hall in New York City, the Sydney Opera House in Australia, and the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles.