• Where there’s a Will…

    Where there’s a Will… 13 Sep 2019

    Many generous people leave a gift to a charity in their Will. Once you have made sure your loved ones are well cared for, including a gift to a charity is the perfect way to ensure that you leave a long-lasting legacy. Anyone can leave a gift – gifts big and small all contribute to changing the lives of children with hearing loss.

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  • Where there’s a Will…

    Where there’s a Will… 13 Sep 2019

    Many generous people leave a gift to a charity in their Will. Once you have made sure your loved ones are well cared for, including a gift to a charity is the perfect way to ensure that you leave a long-lasting legacy. Anyone can leave a gift – gifts big and small all contribute to changing the lives of children with hearing loss.

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  • Mr Scruff – Book Review

    Mr Scruff – Book Review 09 Sep 2019

    Written & illustrated by Simon James
    Book review by Listening & Spoken Language Therapist, Tess, from our Newtown centre.
    This is a delightful rhyming book by Walker Books… Polly belongs to Molly, Eric belongs to Derek and Martha belongs to Arthur, but what about poor Mr Scruff? He’s alone waiting for an owner! Luckily

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  • CHANNEL 7 PRESENTER NAMED 2019 AUSTRALIAN FATHER OF THE YEAR

    CHANNEL 7 PRESENTER NAMED 2019 AUSTRALIAN FATHER OF THE YEAR 28 Aug 2019

    The Shepherd Centre’s Australian Father of the Year was awarded to channel 7 sports commentator Mark Beretta. The Community Father of the Year was awarded to former police officer Peter Smart, who gave up his policing career to care for his son who was born with hearing loss. This year a special award was presented to Bandit Heeler a stay-at-home dad from the popular cartoon Bluey.

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  • Speech Pathologist awareness week

    Speech Pathologist awareness week 23 Aug 2019

    August 25th – 31st is Speech Pathologist awareness week
    We’d like to take a moment to honor all the fantastic speech therapists who contribute to making The Shepherd Centre such a wonderful place to teach children who are deaf to listen, socialise and speak!
    This years’ theme is Communicate with confidence, a concept we

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