Lucy was born with microtia of the right ear and cleft palate. At the age of 2 years, Lucy was brought to Nemours where it was determined that she has a mild conductive hearing loss on her left side and a moderate/severe conductive hearing loss on her right side. With the help of her audiologist Dr. Godovin, and audiology team, Lucy was fitted with her first bone anchored hearing device. Fast forward to today, Lucy is almost 8 years old, and she just started 2nd grade at Delaware School for the Deaf. Lucy enjoys attending Gym and Math and is learning to communicate using ASL. This has helped her bridge the gaps in oral communication, and she enjoys being bimodal. Her teachers and speech therapists have provided Lucy’s family with strategies to pursue her success. Lucy enjoys building with Legos, singing Disney songs, reading books, riding horses, playing outside with her siblings, and spending time with friends. With perseverance and determination, and the continued support of the Audiology, Speech, and Craniofacial Team at Nemours, Lucy can do anything that she puts her mind to and continues to navigate through her hearing journey.