• Corporate Volunteers from Dolby Share Musical Moments with Preschoolers

    Corporate Volunteers from Dolby Share Musical Moments with Preschoolers 16 Jul 2019

    In June a group of corporate volunteers from sound technology company Dolby Australia spent a day at The Shepherd Centre’s preschool in Liverpool.
    During their visit, the team from Dolby helped create craft for therapy sessions with the children and brought along musical instruments for the kids to explore sound. 
    Staff from The Shepherd

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  • Listening & Spoken Language Therapist Berlin-Bound for Opera Performance

    Listening & Spoken Language Therapist Berlin-Bound for Opera Performance 16 Jul 2019

    One of The Shepherd Centre’s talented Listening & Spoken Language Therapist’s Rebecca MacCallion is headed to Berlin to perform in Don Giovanni  by W.A Mozart at The Berlin Opera Academy. Rebecca is passionate about the use of music to help children with hearing loss to listening & speak. We sat down with Rebecca to hear about her family connection

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  • The Shepherd Centre nominated as Outstanding Employer of Choice

    The Shepherd Centre nominated as Outstanding Employer of Choice 16 Jul 2019

    The Shepherd Centre has been nominated in the Outstanding Employer of Choice category at the 2019 Sydney City Regional Business Awards! The awards celebrate business excellence across the city of Sydney by recognising incredible entities that help to make Sydney a great place to do business.

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  • Facebook Birthday Fundraisers

    Facebook Birthday Fundraisers 15 Jul 2019

    Donate to The Shepherd Centre via Facebook and Paypal Giving Fund. We receive 100% of the donations within 90 days. Make a difference to the lives of children with hearing loss today

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  • Graduate Amelia shines on stage

    Graduate Amelia shines on stage 01 Jul 2019

    Shepherd Centre graduate Amelia performs in State Theater perfomance of Jack and the Beanstalk these school holidays. Her hearing loss is no barrier to her excellence in dance.

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