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02/10/2019
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.

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07/08/2019
Cherraya is the first Indigenous toddler to receive a cochlear implant in the Northern Territory

Two-year-old Cherraya is already showing an artistic side, loves to draw and, like most children her age, is keenly exploring the world around her. Now, thanks to bilateral cochlear implants, the Darwin-based toddler has access to a world of sound too.

07/08/2019
Sophie is one of the first students to be learning braille using dAp Dots, a set of resources from RIDBC

Sophie is learning braille. She loves books and is proud of her developing skill. And although she isn’t “the only person in the world that knows braille” as she would tell you, she is learning from the best.

This is Sophie’s story.

07/08/2019
 Jess is on Team RIDBC as the Client Ambassador for the 2019 Coleman Greig Challenge

Jess Waters loves to run. In between her commitments as a sports coach, personal trainer, university student, and football player you’ll find her on the pavement training for the next event. Thankfully for us, Jess is on Team RIDBC as the Client Ambassador for the 2019 Coleman Greig Challenge on Friday 20 September.

03/07/2019
Jaylan received support via telepractice from his home in Bathurst

A stone’s throw from the iconic Mount Panorama, RIDBC is helping Jaylan navigate life’s tight corners and long straights via Remote Services.

03/07/2019
How Many Fingers Do I See? shares Mia's journey with North Carolina Macular Dystrophy.

Mia Armsworth is a passionate artist and now winner of the RIDBC Dr Frederick Gregory-Roberts prize, awarded to a student assisted by RIDBC School Support Service (Vision Impairment) for outstanding performance in the HSC. "It was a really great experience to win the prize, I definitely wasn't expecting it!" she says excitedly.

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