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  • Hear For You ceases as an Entity – CEO David Brady’s position

    Hear For You ceases as an Entity – CEO David Brady’s position 01 Sep 2021

    On Monday 30 August 2021, the members of Hear For You approved the formal integration of Hear For You into The Shepherd Centre from Wednesday 1 September 2021.
    This completes a busy past 8 months of detailed discussions between the boards of the two organisations, and the two organisations operations teams have been working together

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  • Our upcoming Giving Day

    Our upcoming Giving Day 02 Aug 2021

    We would like to give you a preview of the design and messaging for our upcoming Giving Day campaign on Thursday 26th of August. Not many people know that 50% of our funding comes from generous donors and this support is essential to giving children with hearing loss the best start in life. However, 1

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  • Healthy Kids Bus goes to Hillston and Hay

    Healthy Kids Bus goes to Hillston and Hay 24 Jun 2021

    Together with Royal Far West, The Shepherd Centre is proud to be providing early intervention and life-changing support to rural children.
    Last month one of our Listening and Spoken Language Therapists, Marina Ghabriel, travelled to Hillston and Hay in regional NSW with our partners Royal Far West. The aim of the Healthy Kids Bus

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  • Sound bites – read our June 2021 donor e-newsletter

    Sound bites – read our June 2021 donor e-newsletter 16 Jun 2021

    Thanks to the Tasmanian Community Fund, we are are opening the first-ever early intervention service in Tasmania! Read all about it here
    Find out how connecting with our supporters in nature reaffirmed our collective impact as a community
    See how our CEO Dr Jim Hungerford raised $20,000 for children with hearing loss trekking the

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  • Helping us meet demand in Canberra

    Helping us meet demand in Canberra 15 Jun 2021

    Deaf children need intensive support in order to develop effective speech and communication skills.
    Without these skills, they may face social isolation and exclusion from the community. They may also struggle to learn at school or find secure work as young adults.
    Ultimately, because of these challenges, they may experience life-long disadvantage.
    For 50

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