Conner McKittrick, a 15 year old with Usher syndrome, speaks before Fund-A-Grant at our 2015 Hear See Hope auction for Usher syndrome research.
Hear See Hope’s video shown at the 2015 auction before fund-a-grant. It highlights all the amazing research being done at UW Medicine’s Eye Institute.
Cole McKittrick has two brothers with Usher syndrome. He talks about why he wants to help find a cure.
This is a story of Lauren and how she helps her friend Conner in the fight against Usher Syndrome.
At Hear See Hope, we love to see extraordinary stories about those living with Usher’s syndrome.
Conner’s family found out he was deaf at a very early age and were able to take steps to help their son through this difficult process.
The idea to start the Hear See Hope foundation started in August 2004 when our oldest son, Conner (then 5) was diagnosed with Usher syndrome Type 1.
There have been significant breakthroughs in Usher syndrome research in the last few years and there is more hope than ever that a cure is in sight. 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.
The McKittrick family has not one, but two children that are affected by Usher syndrome. Watch this touching story of Dalton, the McKittricks youngest son, as he undergoes surgery to have his cochlear implants put in and gets to hear his parent's voice for the first time.