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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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  • 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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  • Conversations with our alumni

    Conversations with our alumni 15 Jun 2021

    Conversations with Our Alumni will take place from 12:30pm on Thursday 1st July 2021.
    Hear from three inspiring alumni who have had their lives transformed by The Shepherd Centre. Follow the ups, downs and triumphs in the face of adversity. There will also be the opportunity to ask questions.
    This webinar will be hosted by Dr

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  • Heritage Bank Charitable Foundation supports Kidscape

    Heritage Bank Charitable Foundation supports Kidscape 15 Jun 2021

    Kidscape is one of The Shepherd Centre’s most important and life-changing programs.
    It is a group education program which brings deaf children and their families together each week, to learn and develop skills in a supportive group environment.
    These group sessions consist of fun, creative activities which help children to develop effective listening, spoken

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  • Eardrum Creates Festival of Audio To Celebrate 30th Birthday

    Eardrum Creates Festival of Audio To Celebrate 30th Birthday 06 Aug 2020

    Australia’s first audio-centric arts festival is to launch in September.
    EarFest features original works from thirty writers, actors, comedians, poets and performers.
    The pieces were commissioned by audio specialist agency Eardrum, who wanted to mark their 30th anniversary by supporting the creative community.
    “Covid-19 has devastated the art’s sector”, says Eardrum Founder Ralph van

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