Sophia’s Story

Annie and I attend this special playgroup at All Ears! Listening and Language Center. Our little playgroup meets once a week and is lead by a Listening & Spoken Language Specialist. I enjoy learning more auditory-verbal strategies to use at home with Annie, and I just love watching Annie play with her new friends, who are all little super HEAR-Oes just like her.

Our entire family also attends Family Night at All Ears! every month. It is so wonderful and such a relief to meet and connect with other families who all know exactly what we are going through. We are so thankful for All Ears! and for all of our new friendships that help make all of the struggles and challenges seem just a little bit easier. ❤🤟 @allearscenter
Jessica Anne Bolt

“Were so grateful and blessed to have found you guys. It’s been so great all the supportand love is just amazing. I wouldn’t have been able to get through this without yall!!”

– Javana Ambriz

“All Ears! Is a family that anyone can join.”

– Chanh M. Nguyen MD

“I’m so happy we were able to come to this school though it has been a daily challenge due to traveling expenses. We make it work because our daughters future is worth every penny and then some.”
~ Lydia (All Ears! parent)

“ Rosie was 3 and only spoke three words, now there is no stopping her she sings and is able to communicate with her hearing peers and family everyone sees the difference and love having conversations with her.  I’m so blessed and glad we have found our way to All Ears! this was the best choice for her! I love you All Ears! Family!
~ Jovana

“You will never meet a more caring group of people!!!  Truely blessed and touched deeply by knowing them and being a part of such a network! xoxoxoxo”

– Mychelle LeVan, mother of twins with hearing loss

“Visited the ALL EARS Listening & Language Center recently and it was one of the most endearing nights ever. Perhaps it was the caring and committed staff and parents who were truly engaged. I noticed lots of ah-ha and oh my moments. Perhaps the best part of the visit were the hugs – so many of them! Authenticity is the distinctive characteristic that marked the entire night. Wonderful.”

Susan Langlois,  author and cochlear implant recipient