• Christmas Star – Heidi 30 Oct 2014

    Heidi is a three year old girl on our program who lives in Orange, NSW.
    She is a bright, loving, ray of sunshine to her parents Sonya and Myles. She loves music, her sisters and reading.
    However, Heidi has some serious challenges to overcome, including deafness in both ears, cerebral palsy and vision impairment. Just one

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  • Aleisha Davis Wins NSW Not For Profit Manager of the Year 21 Oct 2014

    Our Director of Clinical Programs, Aleisha Davis, has won NSW Not for Profit Manager of the Year at the Australian Institute of Management Excellence Awards. Congratulations Aleisha! You can read more about the awards here.

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  • A Hero’s Welcome For Professor Clark 13 Oct 2014

    Audiologist Shellie Lavery experienced a ‘star struck’ moment recently, when she was given the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to meet with cochlear implant inventor, Professor Graeme Clark and his wife Margaret, at an International Conference on Cochlear Implants and Other Implantable Technologies.
    “I’ve been to many conferences in the past where Professor Clark has been in attendance,”

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  • Get Loud this October 03 Oct 2014

    It’s an excuse to wear your brightest clothes (love ‘em or hate ‘em) and raise money to help give the gift of sound and speech to children who are deaf.
    Whether you fancy stripes, florals, polka dots or paisley, as long as your clothes have colour and pizzazz it will be perfect for Loud Shirt

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  • Past Graduate Profile: Jordan Crane 01 Oct 2014

    Past graduate of The Shepherd Centre, 18-year-old Jordan Crane is a busy young man. A wheelchair sports champion, Jordan represents New South Wales and Australia in the National Electric Wheelchair Sports (NEWS) competition, which requires players to compete in not one, but three sports – hockey, rugby league and balloon soccer.

    And in case

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