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.

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Participants gather round a cake to celebrate the 300th birthday of Abbe Charles-Michel de l'Epee

Recently, the Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children’s (RIDBC) Renwick Centre hosted the fifth Deaf History Workshop. This year’s theme was Deaf Education in 1950s Australia.

Held as part of RIDBC Renwick Centre’s Continuing Professional Education Program and conducted by RIDBC Lecturer, Dr Breda Carty, as well as guest lecturers Darlene Thornton and Dr Susannah Macready, the week-long program drew 18 participants from around Australia, almost all of whom were Deaf.