For children with a hearing loss, the opportunity to access the same education options as their mainstream peers is invaluable. Through a partnership with Telethon Speech and Hearing, the outpost located at John Wollaston Anglican Community School allows students who are deaf or hard of hearing from Kindergarten to Year 12 to take a full and active part in mainstream school life.  Students attend mainstream classes while receiving support covering areas such as extra language, speech, listening, and social and emotional development tailored to their individual needs.  Telethon Speech and Hearing (TSH) located in Wembley, also runs speech and hearing programmes for children from two to five years old.

Learn more about the Telethon Speech and Hearing Outpost Service