About EarCommunity.com

EarCommunity.comEar Community is a charitable organization that is under the wing of the Broomfield Community Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Ear Community 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. Our website will help you learn about all of your options, self acceptance, advocacy, find helpful resources, and learn about the latest in technology for help with hearing loss and reconstructive surgical options. You will even find emotional support, financial assistance, and help on how to obtain bone conduction hearing devices. Most importantly, Ear Community is proud to help bring individuals and families together in the same situation through picnics that we host around the world each year.

If you would like to learn more about Microtia, Atresia, and the options that are currently available, you are welcome to listen to a one hour presentation that is offered through AudiologyOnline, found here.  This presentation is FREE and is available to anyone who would like to learn more about Microtia and Atresia.  You will need to register in order to access this complementary presentation.


Most Recent Posts

Damian and Michael Mosley, both born with Microtia and Atresia, receiving their newly donated Cochlear Americas Baha 5 processors (August 13, 2015)

Two brothers hear better with a Cochlear Baha donated through Ear Community

Meet Michael and Damian Mosley of Mableton, Georgia. Michael is nine years old and was born with bilateral Microtia and Atresia and his brother, Damian, is almost 2 years old, born with Microtia and Atresia of his left ear. Michael and Damian’s father, Nathanael, also has Microtia and Atresia. Michael and Damian’s parents, Sarah and […]

Adam Kozuszek, college scholarship recipient through Ear Community, August 2015.

Ear Community proudly awards its third college scholarship

Meet Adam Kozuszek, a freshman entering his first year of college at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.  Adam comes from a long history of farmers and he enjoys being a big brother to his two younger sisters, Sarah and Clara.  Adam was born with Microtia and Atresia of his right ear, but his hearing […]

Oticon Medical's first advocacy meeting with Curt Gorman (2011) in Chicago.

Thank you for touching so many lives Curt Gorman…Ear Community will miss you!

Every now and then you meet someone in your life who just understands what it is that you are trying to do and they embrace you. A special someone who wants to help you because they see a certain passion in you. A certain someone who chooses to take you under their wing providing guidance […]

Curt Gorman, Sr. Vice President of Oticon Medical.  He will be missed by many in the hearing device industry and around the world.  Rest in peace Curt.  Our thoughts and prayers to your family.

Oticon Medical Mourns Passing of Curt Gorman, Senior Vice President, BAHS Division

Oticon Medical Mourns Passing of Curt Gorman, Senior Vice President, BAHS Division SOMERSET, NJ   August 6 — Oticon Medical sadly announces the passing of Curt Gorman, Senior Vice President, BAHS Division, following a courageous battle with cancer.  A valued member of the management team since Oticon Medical’s inception in 2009, Gorman was passionate about building […]