EarCommunity.orgEar Community is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that offers a warm and supportive community for individuals who were born with Microtia and Atresia, Hemifacial Microsomia, Treacher Collins Syndrome, and Goldenhar Syndrome, including varying degrees of hearing loss.

Learn more about Ear Community.  


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Nov 9 2016 was the 1st annual National Microtia Awareness Day!

- Ear Community is proud to have founded this day to help promote Microtia awareness. Join us and help promote awareness by wearing our official awareness t-shirts every November 9th.  

- Official Microtia Awareness Day t-shirts can be ordered HERE.  Proceeds from t-shirt orders will go to Ear Community and help us support children and adults who have Microtia and Atresia.  

- Search these tags on social media for memories from our 1st National Micotia Awareness Day celebration: #EarCommunity #MicrotiaAwarenessDay

 


Online Classes Available (FREE 1 hour classes by Melissa Tumblin of Ear Community):

A Parents Perspective of Microtia & Atresia

How to Overcome the Struggles of Pediatric Hearing Loss

A special Thank You to Oticon Medical for sponsoring these courses.

note: You will need to register with AudiologyOnline in order to access these free presentations.


 

 

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