Australian actress Penny McNamee, who stars on Home and Away as Dr Tori Morgan, knows just how much The Shepherd Centre changes the lives of children with hearing loss. A member of her family went through its doors and she is passionate about helping young children grow to achieve amazing things.
To find out more see Penny’s interview here.
Radio and TV personality, Mike Goldman discovered his friend’s children attended The Shepherd Centre after joining up for Loud Shirt Day. He was keen to get involved after vising the centre and seeing the results of its life-changing work with families and children.
To find out more see Mike’s interview here.
Well known TV personality and podcaster, Osher Gunsberg has lived with hearing loss since he was a teenager. He understands how it impacts relationships and believes the importance of early intervention in giving children the best start to life cannot be understated.
To find out more see Osher’s interview here.
Ana Maria Belo
Stage and screen actor, Ana Maria Belo was diagnosed with hearing loss at seven years old. She believes The Shepherd Centre’s family-centred approach strongly benefits children and their families on the hearing loss journey.
To find out more see Ana Marie’s interview here.
Instagram influencer and former Bachelor contestant, Monique Morley, suffered hearing loss in her left ear after a motorcycle accident five years ago while travelling overseas.
She has teamed up with The Shepherd Centre to support Loud Shirt Day and our #LoudWalkChallenge to help raise awareness of childhood hearing loss.