Cathy now hears the world around her — an experience she describes as amazing.

As most of us wind down as the year ends, Cathy and her husband Keith are just getting started. The Blacktown couple are Santa and Mrs Claus at a host of Western Sydney venues — from pre-schools to shopping centres and in their own home where it all began.

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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.

The RIDBC Top End Camp was made possible by the generous and continued support from Hyundai Help for Kids.

In mid-August, school-aged children from across the Northern Territory, who are deaf or hard of hearing, came together in Darwin for a unique Top End camp experience, the first-ever hosted in the region.

Mike Corrigan, Access Technology Consultant at RIDBC

For people with vision impairment, “Technology, in a big way, is closing the gap”.

Dorothy celebrates 100th birthday

Dorothy was implanted at 93 years old and she just turned 100 years old.