• Soundwaves –  Autumn 2018

    Soundwaves – Autumn 2018 22 Mar 2018

    Packed full of the latest news and events, and revealing some exciting future plans, this latest issue is one not to be missed!
    Keep an eye out for the bright smile of our Autumn issue cover star, Annie, who graduated from our teleintervention program late last year, and is now thriving at big school.

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  • INSPIRATIONAL YOUNG ADULTS WITH HEARING LOSS ADDRESS AUSSIE POLLIES AT 2018 POWER OF SPEECH EVENT

    INSPIRATIONAL YOUNG ADULTS WITH HEARING LOSS ADDRESS AUSSIE POLLIES AT 2018 POWER OF SPEECH EVENT 15 Mar 2018

    Six inspiring young adults with hearing loss will take the floor at Parliament House and address some of Australia’s most powerful pollies at the 2018 Power of Speech event sponsored by Cochlear Limited.

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  • Celebrating International Women’s Day

    Celebrating International Women’s Day 07 Mar 2018

    Our Principal Listening and Spoken Language Therapist, Dr Anne Fulcher, reflects on International Women’s Day
    ‘I love the concept that 8th March, International Women’s Day (IWD), is a global day of recognition, where women stand tall the world over to celebrate women’s achievements. Equally, my thoughts resonate with IWD being one where we need to

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  • Osher Günsberg puts hearing loss front and centre ahead of Hearing Awareness Week

    Osher Günsberg puts hearing loss front and centre ahead of Hearing Awareness Week 26 Feb 2018

    The Shepherd Centre centre signs new ambassador
    Australian television presenter and podcaster Osher Günsberg, best known as the host of the Australian reality TV franchise The Bachelor, The Bachelorette and Bachelor in Paradise, has signed on as an ambassador for leading children’s charity The Shepherd Centre ahead of Hearing Awareness Week 2018.Having personally lived

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  • Power of Speech 2017 13 Jul 2017

    This August six young adults will travel to Canberra with the amazing opportunity to speak to Australia’s federal politicians about the future for people with hearing loss.
    The group, travelling from across Australia and New Zealand, are all graduates of First Voice early intervention centres, including The Shepherd Centre’s Emily Quinn-Smyth.
    Each participant will

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