Seven-year-old Chloe is proud of the cochlear implant she received 18 months ago as part of RIDBC’s SCIC Cochlear Implant Program in Newcastle, north of Sydney.
Researchers from Australian Catholic University are testing a new measure to describe how a child uses vision in everyday activities.
11-year-old Lara is a passionate rugby league fan and player who is kicking goals, on and off the field.
For students in their final year of school, one word always springs to mind. Exams. 18-year-old Benj is one of those students who will sit the Higher School Certificate exams in coming months.
National Simultaneous Story Time came to life for Western Sydney children with sensory disabilities last week, from the comfort of their own homes, using videoconferencing technology.
Ten years on from the cochlear implant that transformed her life, Louise is the Financial Controller of the Australian Association of Consultant Pharmacy and Board Member of Deaf ACT.
This week (18-24 May 2020), we are celebrating National Volunteer Week, celebrating ‘Changing communities. Changing lives’.
Parents and educators of children with vision impairment can benefit from a course with American Dr Karen Wolffe, a favourite presenter at the RIDBC Renwick Centre.
It wasn’t the first time 2-year-old Emily had surprised mum and dad, but this surprise was priceless.
Little Emily had been learning to wave for months but it wasn’t until her early intervention session was delivered online that she waved beautifully for the first time.
Twelve-year-old Leo has always loved to be active, but when he started karate in 2018, it was clear he had truly found his passion.
As we experience more time at home during the coronavirus pandemic, we are turning to technology more than ever before to stay connected with friends and family.