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29/01/2018
Mikaylah DeGennaro with RIDBC Garfield Barwick School teacher Ruhi Malhotra.

Eight-year-old, Mikaylah DeGennaro, is ready to start mainstream schooling with support from RIDBC. It is an exciting time for parents, Sue and Corrado, who are grateful for the support they have received.

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10/08/2015
Amy and Murray pictured with their daughter Matilda, friends and family after completing the 2015 City2Surf in Bondi on Sunday 9 August!

Amy and Murray, had a very special reason to complete the 14k Sun-Herald City2Surf challenge on Sunday 9 August – they did it for their daughter Matilda, who was born deaf. 

24/07/2015

Children with vision or hearing loss supported by Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children (RIDBC) Nepean Preschool celebrated National Tree Day today, Friday 24 July 2015.

National Tree Day and Schools Tree Day combine to make Australia's largest community tree planting event. Each year, around 3,000 preschools, kindergarten, primary and high schools across Australia take part in Schools Tree Day, learning about the different seedlings they plant as part of the celebration and how to care for them as they grow.

13/07/2015
Students from RIDBC enjoyed meeting the cast of Hi-5

Recently, Deaf students from RIDBC were treated to a special Australian Sign Language (Auslan) interpreted performance of Hi-5's House of Dreams tour.

The children attend RIDBC Thomas Pattison School and RIDBC Roberta Reid Preschool, both of which are designed to meet the needs of students who are Deaf. The schools provide bilingual programs where students access the curriculum through Auslan and English.

25/06/2015
Children at RIDBC VisionEd Preschool experienced life as a snail during the Rangers on the Run visit!

Students at Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children (RIDBC) VisionEd Preschool recently enjoyed a wonderful introduction to wild animal homes, when Rangers on the Run paid a visit.

17/06/2015
Michelle receives her testamur from RIDBC Renwick Centre Director, Greg Leigh

Michelle Knight, is one of 51 trained graduates to be recognised at a ceremony at Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children (RIDBC) for completing their postgraduate qualifications - helping to alleviate a critical shortage of trained teachers of children with vision or hearing loss.

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