The one thing all outreach visits have in common is they are improving the ear health amongst indigenous children.

The team at the RIDBC Jim Patrick Audiology Centre have been attending outreach programs to various parts of the state for over 16 years.

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RIDBC Orthoptists work closely with parents, therapists and educators in pre-school, school and home environments. They perform comprehensive functional vision assessments and provide recommendations to assist children to maximise the use of their vision.

After 47 years of wearing hearing aids, she made the decision to get a cochlear implant.

When talking about the benefits of a cochlear implant, Carolyn Simpson is clear - "I wish I had done this ten years ago. It's the best thing I ever did in my life."

In late October, Marc Valente will travel to Hong Kong to represent Australia at the Asia Pacific Deaf Games

Marc Valente is a passionate man. Spending time with him quickly reveals his two loves - family and football.

Risha was awarded an ATAR of 98.25

Risha Degamia is kicking academic goals. She is the winner of the 2018 RIDBC Garfield and Norma Barwick Medal and ClearaSound Prize, courtesy of her academic performance. Here, she talks to us about going a step further in the Higher School Certificate (HSC) and what's next.

 Jess is on Team RIDBC as the Client Ambassador for the 2019 Coleman Greig Challenge

Jess Waters summed up the Coleman Greig Challenge as “a good run, and a great morning”. It was a feeling held by many who enjoyed the beautiful Western Sydney morning.