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Little girl and mum smiling

What are informal supports and why are they important?

Friends, family members, teachers and members of the community can often play an important role in supporting people with a disability.

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Therapy in disguise at the beach: Special Source Kids edition.

Therapy that doesn’t ‘feel’ like therapy is good for you and your child. It provides a welcome break from indoor activities and can be a fantastic way …

Therapy that doesn’t ‘feel’ like therapy is good for you and your child. It provides a welcome break from indoor activities and can be a fantastic way to continue the work a therapist does with your child beyond their normal learning environment.

Therapy that doesn’t ‘feel’ like therapy is good for you and your child. It provides a welcome break from indoor activities and can be a fantastic way to continue the work a therapist does with your child beyond their normal learning environment.

Therapy that doesn’t ‘feel’ like therapy is good for you and your child. It provides a welcome break from indoor activities and can be a fantastic way to continue the work a therapist does with your child beyond their normal learning environment.

Therapy that doesn’t ‘feel’ like therapy is good for you and your child. It provides a welcome break from indoor activities and can be a fantastic way to continue the work a therapist does with your child beyond their normal learning environment.

Therapy that doesn’t ‘feel’ like therapy is good for you and your child. It provides a welcome break from indoor activities and can be a fantastic way to continue the work a therapist does with your child beyond their normal learning environment.

Therapy that doesn’t ‘feel’ like therapy is good for you and your child. It provides a welcome break from indoor activities and can be a fantastic way to continue the work a therapist does with your child beyond their normal learning environment.

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Newborn baby boy lying on bed, sleeping, close up
Newborn baby boy lying on bed, sleeping, close up

Diagnosing and assessing hearing loss in children.

More than 500 children are born with moderate to profound hearing impairment in Australia every year …

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