Volunteering

Our inspiring volunteers contribute immeasurable value to the Hear and Say community. Thank you to the many incredible people who donate their time and expertise across our centres.

Volunteering at Hear and Say is a highly rewarding experience – you might watch as a child has their cochlear implants switched on to sound for the first time, or see a regular group social skills program in action where children develop their communication skills and confidence.

From corporate volunteer days to fundraising events and clinical or research roles, we are always grateful for our volunteers who willingly give their time, skills and enthusiasm to help us achieve our mission.

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“I love the friendly and welcoming atmosphere from all the staff and families. When I leave for the day everyone always thanks me, but I tell them ‘thank you’ for allowing me to work in the most happy environment. Volunteering with Hear and Say has been one of the most rewarding experiences in my life and I hope I can continue to volunteer for many years to come.”

- Sue, Hear and Say volunteer

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Parent information webinar

Learn more about the development of children’s motor skills from birth through to five years old.

2020-21 Annual Report

Read about the 300 babies born with hearing loss in Australia each year, and how Hear and Say continued to change lives this year.

Changing lives, together

Your gift will help deliver critical services, so babies born deaf can hear their parents say, “I love you.”

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Spotlight on single-sided deafness

“This research project is very exciting because it helps to show that children who receive a cochlear implant for single-sided deafness saw significant improvements in their day-to-day hearing abilities, which are maintained over time."

Cycling and hearing loss: staying safe on the roads

“People kept mentioning to me that I was missing parts of conversations, and in crowded environments I was finding it very difficult to hear and engage with others."

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