Darrow celebrates fifth anniversary of Hearing & Brain Centers of New England


Evangelidis, Snow and Levy also honored

By Bonnie Adams, Managing Editor

(l to r) Jordan Levy, Dr. Keith Darrow and Worcester County Sheriff Lewis Evangelidis
Photo/courtesy Kimberly Roy

Worcester – Dr. Keith Darrow celebrated his fifth anniversary of owning Hearing & Brain Centers of New England with a special celebration at Nuovo Restaurant in Worcester. Invited guests included local dignitaries, elected officials, and professionals, as well as many of Darrow’s patients.

During the event Darrow also honored three local community heroes.

Worcester County Sheriff Lew Evangelidis was presented with the “Above  & Beyond in Service to Our Community” Award.

Darrow presented Paul Snow, Sr. a 94-year-old United States WWII veteran with the “Bravery & Service to Our Country” Award.

Jordan Levy, who previously served two terms as Worcester mayor and now is the host of “The Jordan Levy Show” on WTAG, received the “Making A Difference in Our Community” Award.

Darrow, a nationally recognized neuroscientist and clinical audiologist, is the region’s only certified Dementia Risk Educator. He is also the bestselling author of “Stop living in isolation: How treating hearing loss can change your life, maintain your independence, and may reduce your risk of dementia.” For more information visit hearingandbalancene.com.