We currently have availability for speech therapy and hearing tests.

When referring patients to Hear and Say, please complete a referral form so they can claim a Medicare rebate (where applicable).

Best Practice and Medical Director

Hear and Say’s referral form can be found in your Best Practice and Medical Director software. Download the information sheet below for information on accessing the referral template and marking us as a favourite.

PDF referral

We also have PDF referral form which can be downloaded below.

Child In Speech Therapy Appointment

Visits to schools

Hear and Say visits schools of eligible children with hearing loss who attend Queensland state, Catholic and independent schools through the Special Disability School Support (SDSS) program.

This free service is part of our Early Intervention Listening and Spoken Language and Audiology programs, and provides information and specialist support for educators and children as they transition to school.

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Online learning

From tinnitus, to cytomegalovirus, to teaching kids with hearing loss – further your knowledge with our on demand webinars.

2021-22 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.

Celebrating powerful communicators

Four courageous children and clients of Hear and Say shared their stories at the inaugural Power of Speech event.

Workplace giving

“The program gives our staff a sense of pride in the company and for the work they do at Sci-Fleet." – Allison Scifleet, Guest Experience Manager, Sci-Fleet Motors.

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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