ABOUT HEAR SEE HOPE

Our mission is to help find a cure for Usher Syndrome, the most common cause of deafblindness in the U.S.  99% of the money we raise goes toward research. We are a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization in search of funds to sustain the fight against Usher syndrome. Please help us make a difference by supporting our fundraising efforts to prevent, treat, and cure Usher syndrome.

Visit Lane McKittrick’s new blog

In addition to being co-founder of Hear See Hope Foundation and mom to two sons who are Deafblind due to Usher Syndrome, Lane McKittrick is pursuing her doctorate in Special Education.

In a new blog, she shares her experiences as a parent and insight as a researcher. She has also launched a podcast, and her first episode is about working with IEP teams and involving children in their IEP meetings. Find a link to her podcast on her blog. Lane’s goal with these projects is to provide support and guidance to other families living with Usher.

Kili Climb for Usher Syndrome

Kili Climb, logoHSH co-founder Todd McKittrick, his son, Cole and nephew Tony, are among the group who will climb Mt. Kilimanjaro this summer. Joined by doctors and friends committed to finding treatment and a cure for Usher syndrome, their goal is to raise awareness and funds. Their journey begins on July 29.

  • AT HEAR SEE HOPE WE ARE COMMITTED TO OUR MISSION TO HELP FIND A CURE FOR USHER SYNDROME. 99% OF ALL DONATIONS WE RECEIVE GO TOWARD RESEARCH IN HOPE WE FIND A CURE.