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About Power of Speech

We invite Members of Parliament to join Hear and Say for the first annual Power of Speech event in partnership with Jonty Bush, Member for Cooper.

Power of Speech celebrates a technological miracle; children who are powerful and confident speakers despite being profoundly deaf. Four children with hearing loss will make two-minute speeches to showcase their abilities.

Audrey

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About the group

For children aged eight to 11 years, this popular four-day group encourages participants to build their self-confidence and independence, while also working on social and communication skills.

The skill-building is done though fun, challenge-based activities focusing on communication and problem-solving. In the past these activities have included up-cycling furniture, ninja courses, rock climbing and escape rooms. The group is led by our experienced staff and also helps participants to learn more about their hearing loss and technology.

Follow-up group: Friday, 7 July 10.00am – 2.00pm

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Pricing information

The price for this workshop is determine by the number of participants taking part. Once final numbers are confirmed, Hear and Say can determine the final cost per participant. The maximum amount per participant is $2,500. This can be claimed under your NDIS Capacity Building supports.

The price includes the three-day program, the follow-up day, program resources and individualised reports. If you wish to exit the program, please provide two weeks’ notice, otherwise full charges will apply. You will receive two invoices, one at the start of the three-day program and one at the time of the reunion. If you are not eligible for NDIS or do not have enough allocated funding and wish to participate you will be able to apply for subsidised funding, a link to the application form will be sent upon registration.

To find out more about NDIS and social and life skills groups please click here.

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About playgroup

Our regular playgroup takes place once a month and works to build on the communication and social skills of babies through to children who are Prep age. 

Key things to note:

  • Thanks to funding from Queensland Health, this program is subsidised and comes at no cost to families
  • Playgroup is a wonderful opportunity to ask questions to a speech pathologist outside of appointments
  • Siblings are welcome 
  • Please bring morning tea and a hat
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