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Bionic Ear Association

The Bionic Ear Association is a community of recipients, candidates and professionals who connect to promote the benefits and optimal use of cochlear implants and Advanced Bionics technology.

The Largest Online Cochlear Implant Community

 

HearingJourney is an ideal place to chat, laugh, and share stories with people across the globe. Say hello and receive a warm welcome from this lively group, browse topics and ask questions, then take part in any of the dozens of conversations about the joys and challenges of hearing with cochlear implants.

Connect to a Mentor

 

Through the BEA Mentor program, you can directly connect with another cochlear implant recipient or parent who can assist you in navigating the process of choosing and living with cochlear implants.

Your Journey

 

The journey to hearing with cochlear implants will be a rewarding, life-changing experience that improves your quality of life and connects you or your child to your loved ones and the world around you.

Event Calendar

 

Learn, share, and make new friends at BEA Events. Find an event near you- check out our calendar for events that are occurring in your area.

Change Lives - Become a BEA Mentor!

 

Did you know that as an Advanced Bionics cochlear implant recipient - or the parent or loved one of a recipient - you are uniquely qualified to inspire and comfort someone affected by hearing loss? The Bionic Ear Association needs recipients like you to mentor others on their journey to hearing.

BEA News

The Bionic Ear Association eNewsletter features all the most up-to-date news and product information from Advanced Bionics for recipients, their families, and loved ones.

Highlights

Recipient spotlight- Bionic Baby -

 

“Our daughter Hannah Rose was diagnosed with profound hearing loss shortly after birth. We decided to go with Advanced Bionics for her cochlear implants and we couldn’t be happier. The biggest impact for us is Hannah’s love of music. She has a repertoire of songs that she sings (in key, unlike her parents) and loves to play multiple instruments -- particularly the saxophone. Not a day goes by where we are not amazed and excited about what’s to come.”

 

—Jennifer & Michael McMullan, parents of Hannah Rose, bilateral AB recipient

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