What is Ears for Isaac?
Ears for Isaac is a support organization started by Teresa and Aaron Robbins for parents who’ve lost a child, or who will lose a child, under the age of 30 months due to genetic or non-genetic birth defects. By sharing the story of their son Isaac in the documentary film “Ears for Isaac” and helping parents celebrate their own child through “Isaac’s List,” it’s Teresa and Aaron’s goal to encourage hope and joy, even in the midst of lasting sadness.
I don’t get the Ears part
Isaac’s List is a free support and celebration service for parents who’ve lost a child under the age of 30 months due to genetic or non-genetic birth defects. Parents on Isaac’s list will receive a special card of encouragement and small wooden letter of their child’s first initial once a year, for life. If you are interested in being placed on Isaac’s list, you may sign up using the link below.
“Ears for Isaac” isn’t a film about easy answers or simple decisions. It’s a story of hope mixed with despair and joy in the presence of heartache. It’s a film for parents facing impossible decisions from an unimaginable diagnosis.