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Chief Executive Announcement

10/11/2018

A special announcement from Judy Curran, Group Chief Executive You may be aware that earlier this year I announced that I would be retiring from my position as Group Chief Executive with the Can:Do Group at the end of the year. Following this announcement, our Board undertook an extensive r...

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National Week of Deaf People

19/10/2017

Deaf Can:Do Celebrating National Week of Deaf People Celebrate the community, language, culture and history of South Australia's Deaf Community with us in 2017! For full program details, please visit the Deaf Can:Do website - http://bit.ly/2xlyinJ

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Smile Magazine Issue #12

11/10/2017

Read the latest edition of Smile Magazine. Ashley's fight for inclusion - being the only signing Deaf person in the small town of Crystal Brook; Auslan /  English Interpreting career; Fussy eating - Top 10 mealtime tips to support your family; Paediatric Hearing Aid Fitt...

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Hamish's Story

08/06/2017

Many families rely on the support of Can:Do 4Kids throughout their journey, just like the McGregor family.  

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We want you!

20/04/2017

We want you! The last few years have been full of changes for Deaf Can:Do and we are excited to be planning for our future.  To help us do so we have asked some researchers to run focus groups for us to make sure that what we are planning will meet the needs of Deaf South Australians ...

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Some of our Biggest Assets

20/05/2015

Volunteers form an integral part of our organisation and are undoubtedly one of our most treasured assets. Volunteers’ unwavering passion, dedication and boundless energy contribute significantly to a positive working environment for all to enjoy. The donation of time and expertise al...

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What is SP:OT?

16/05/2015

SP:OT combines the support of both a qualified Occupational Therapist and Speech Pathologist in individual or group sessions. This is a positive trend towards meeting the demands of children who require support with their fine and/ or gross motor skills as well as speech and/or l...

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Meet the NDIA CEO David Bowen

13/05/2015

Just over 500 days ago the trial of the NDIS started in South Australia and we have all learned much in this time. There are just over 500 days until the transition to the full scheme rollout commences in SA. We would like to hear from participants, families, siblin...

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