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25/05/2018
Lara and Sid from regional Australia meeting with RIDBC Alice Betteridge School students

Students from Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children (RIDBC) who have vision or hearing impairment participated in National Simultaneous Storytime on Wednesday, 23 May.

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25/06/2012
Melinda Whipp (Graduate) and Professor Greg Leigh

At a recent ceremony at the Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children (RIDBC) in Sydney, 51 new graduates were recognised for completing their postgraduate qualifications in special education. These graduates completed their studies through RIDBC’s Renwick Centre and will now help to alleviate a critical shortage of trained teachers of children with hearing or vision impairment.

06/06/2012
Chief Executive, Chris Rehn and a group of volunteers at the Book Fair

The Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children (RIDBC) is encouraging people of all ages to come and pick up a bargain at the Annual Book, Toy and Music Fair, Friday 22 June to Sunday 24 June, 2012. The RIDBC Book, Toy and Music Fair is an opportunity to find some great books, magazines, toys, CDs and DVDs, while raising money for a wonderful cause. It will be held at RIDBC Renwick Centre at 361-365 North Rock Road, North Rocks, from 8am – 3pm. Donations of items welcome until June 8, 2012.

29/05/2012
NBN Bus

As the pioneer and most experienced provider of videoconferencing services in the field of sensory impairment, the Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children (RIDBC) welcomes the recent announcement made by the Minister for Broadband, Communications and Digital Economy, Senator Stephen Conroy, that remote schools and health clinics will have early access to the National Broadband Network (NBN).

22/05/2012
Elise, Amber, Chris Rehn and Tanya Davies holding a $7,200 cheque

Member for Mulgoa, Tanya Davies MP, visited the Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children (RIDBC) Nepean Preschool to meet children who will benefit from a $7200 grant for building improvements. “The project will fund the erection of a retractable shade awning adjoining a room which is used for teaching and therapy. This will allow staff to incorporate vital outdoor gross motor and language development opportunities,” said RIDBC Chief Executive, Chris Rehn.

15/05/2012
Jean Corfield

The Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children (RIDBC) would like to thank its more than 250 registered volunteers during National Volunteer Week, May 14 – 20. The volunteering program at RIDBC plays a vital role in ensuring that RIDBC staff can continue to deliver services to children living with hearing or vision loss both locally, and across Australia. “Volunteering is vital to RIDBC – it is central to our culture and to our ability to provide services. RIDBC’s volunteers generously give their time both at the North Rocks campus and at our other sites. Their contribution is invaluable...

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