This month, libraries around across Australia are holding workshops to share how you can support your child’s language development at home.
After more than 30 years with hearing aids, 73-year-old Lorraine Dobbie is back to doing all the activities she loves, thanks to her cochlear implant. Now, she’s helping others on their journeys.
Blanketing the streets in crochet, brewing hand sanitiser, and organising outings are just some of the ways, Geoff Locock is promoting connection and raising awareness around the Deafblind community.
As we move towards ‘COVID-normal’, NextSense is dedicated to ensuring our services are provided to our community in a COVID-safe manner.
NextSense CEO, Chris Rehn, Guide Dogs NSW/ACT CEO, Dale Cleaver, and Vision Australia CEO, Ron Hooton, came together to share this message of safety and support for the Blind and Low Vision community.
On Friday 22 October we celebrate Thomas Pattison Day, to honour an incredible man who left an immensely positive legacy for the Deaf community by opening the first school for children who are deaf.
A NextSense-led 10-year report into key findings from the Australian Childhood Vision Impairment Register (ACVIR) has been published in a leading international journal
Former NextSense School Support student Joseph is working towards his dream career. Currently studying a Bachelor of Medical Science, this prize winner is flying high.
When five-year-old Mary received her bilateral cochlear implants, her Dad’s big wish was for his non-verbal daughter to experience music.
Hyundai Help for Kids continues vital support for children with hearing or vision loss through 1-year partnership extension with NextSense.
Here at NextSense, we understand that each person has unique needs, and a unique journey—so we tailor a solution that fits them.
Benj is part of the Leaders and Achievers program at Macquarie University. And he’s a big part of NextSense—client, donor, and advocate.