A young Tulsa girl got to meet the people who gave her the gift of hearing.
Jayde Scholl, 7, and her family had the opportunity to sit down with the Med-El engineers in Innsbruck, Austria last week who made Jayde's cochlear implants.
Those implants have to be hand made to precisely fit the wearer.
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And they are tough too, surviving in the rubble of Moore's hospital after the 2013 EF-5 tornado.
Since receiving the implants Jayde's mother, Dr. Jacque Scholl, says it has changed their lives.
"Once she got the implants, and we started working on the listening skills - her language now, I can actually understand what she wants, which I couldn't before," she said.
Jayde had been found as a baby, deaf and abandoned, in a Chinese city square before her family adopted her.