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Grace has been through a lot in her short life—successfully fighting stage four cancer, undergoing major surgery, and enduring extensive chemotherapy that resulted in significant hearing loss.
Last month, some of our lucky NextSense students were invited to personally greet Her Royal Highness Princess Anne, when she arrived in Kirribilli as part of her three-day visit to Australia.
Theatre buff and creative, Zara, has been receiving support from our School Support team since she was in pre-school.
Phillip and Lucy are both deaf and have bilateral cochlear implants. They have extended the gift of sound to their children while keeping their strong connection to the Deaf community through Auslan.
Next month, the Pathfinders are heading on an anniversary trip to the Qantas Founders Museum to celebrate 20 years of fundraising flights and tour Longreach attractions.
Grace and her parents have been through a lot in the toddler’s short life—successfully fighting cancer, undergoing major surgery, and enduring chemotherapy that resulted in significant hearing loss.
NextSense welcomes the contribution of $12.5 million towards our new innovation centre at Macquarie University, which was announced in Tuesday's Budget.
Last week, like many others in the region, NextSense faced the difficult task of cleaning out our Lismore centre after the flood.
NextSense Chief Executive, Chris Rehn shares his insight on the impact of hidden hearing loss on Australian communities and what more we can do to improve outcomes.