Usher syndrome is the most common cause of deaf-blindness in the United States. It is a combination of Retinitis Pigmentosa (RP) and some level of hearing loss. There are about 10-15,000 people with Usher syndrome in the United States today. 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 us in our fundraising efforts for preventing, treating and curing Usher syndrome.
Hear See Hope founder Todd McKittrick, his son Conner McKittrick, and doctors and staff from the UW Medicine Eye Institute, will climb Mt. Kilimanjaro in 2017 to raise funds and awareness for Usher Syndrome. We are in the planning stages and will provide details in the next couple of months. So please stay tuned!
Stem cell therapy holds great promise for restoring sight and benefiting patients worldwide.The UW Medicine Eye Institute, the only academic Eye Institute in the five-state WWAMI region (Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana, and Idaho), is at the frontier of developing new techniques to restore vision loss using stem cell therapy.
AT HEAR SEE HOPE WE ARE COMMITTED TO OUR MISSION TO HELP FIND A CURE FOR USHER SYNDROME. FOR ALL THE DONATIONS WE RECEIVE, 99% GOES TOWARDS RESEARCH. WE HOPE THAT ONE DAY THERE WILL BE A CURE FOR THE PEOPLE DIAGNOSED WITH THIS DISEASE.