Two Sydney teenagers who are blind and receive school support from NextSense took on challenges they never thought possible at Space Camp, a world-class accessible education program in the US.
Specialist educators for blind and low vision students gathered in Sydney to share knowledge and research to improve education outcomes for children who are blind or have low vision.
Cochlear implant recipient Sofia impresses VIPs at the Australian Hearing Hub.
Today, on World Teachers' Day, we put the spotlight on Rebekah, one of our amazing teachers at NextSense School and a student at NextSense Institute.
NextSense families are getting behind the loudest party of the year on 20 October—Loud Shirt Day—to raise funds for children with hearing loss.
One Giving Day supporter says it best: ‘Dream big, stay kind, and make an impact’.
Perseverance and support were key to Stuart being able to hear again with a cochlear implant.
We welcome the release of the Royal Commission report. We support every child's right to a high-quality education that helps them reach their personal potential.
Today is NextSense Giving Day, which means every donation received today will be matched. Today your gift will have double the impact.
Student placements at NextSense offer speech pathology students the opportunity to gain real-world experience working with children with sensory disabilities.