Hello everyone! I hope you’re all well. My name is John Lui and I’m the National Manager of Hear For You. I was born profoundly deaf and wear a cochlear implant. I remember
By David Brady- Director of Advocacy and Engagement The COVID-19 pandemic has normalised mask wearing in a variety of contexts as a way of preventing the spread of the disease. Over the past
Olivia Andersen's Q&A: Hear For You and the Integration With The Shepherd Centre https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D-Xg0Swj1dQ&t=22s Member FAQs Why do we as Members need to vote on this process? The Hear For You Constitution requires
There are many deaf and hard of hearing athletes that have been dominant in their contribution to the history of sport. They are considered role models within the deaf and hard of hearing community,
Many deaf or hard of hearing people feel isolated during the festive season, especially when they have family and friends who are fully hearing. The communication barriers that often arise during this time can
The transition between primary school and high school is one that comes with many challenges. It’s the start of a new chapter in life and involves a lot of change, which isn’t always easy.
There are a variety of common terms that occur within the vocabulary of those working alongside deaf and hard of hearing children. Some of these include language deprivation and language delay. Language deprivation refers
There are over 8,000¹ teenagers in Australia who are deaf or hard of hearing who face higher risk² of mental health problems compared to their hearing peers. Audiologists and itinerant teachers are on the