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We are so proud of everything Zane has overcome in his life and are so excited to see what all he is going to accomplish.

“Hi! My name is Micah but everyone calls me Easton. I’m pretty quiet at school but no where else. I like to play sports things and with cars, trains and play-doh. I don’t like crafty thing as much (like cutting and glue) but sometimes it will hold my attention. The only extra-curricular activity I have …

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I called right away and had the most wonderful conversation with one of the employees. Among the confusion and heartache of what we were facing, she made me feel so comfortable and welcome.

Our daughter, Annie, was born prematurely with a congenital virus called “congenital cytomegalovirus” This virus attacks the eyes, ears and brain of an unborn child. We are extremely grateful that Annie fully recovered except for her hearing. Her hearing was completely destroyed by CMV. My husband and I have no history of hearing loss on …

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“Our journey with hearing loss began July 7, 2011 at 5:43 pm with the birth of our beautiful daughter, Maya Hope. Everything about her was different, her size, the way she looked, and even the way she cried. By the next day, I was told that she had failed her first hearing screening, which would …

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When I am in the car with Maverick, I am his personal DJ. I don’t mind. There is no sweeter sound to me than his little voice singing along to his favorite songs. I remind myself often that it could have been so different. I don’t want to take for granted that I am witness …

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Dacie got her hearing aids at three weeks old, and we’ve never looked back! It was the middle of the night, just hours after our new little girl, Dacie, was born when the nurse woke my husband, Dustin and me and told us that Dacie had failed her hearing test in both ears. The nurse …

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