• We Can Help

    Uncategorized / 19 May

    Is your child falling behind at school? We can help. APPOINTMENTS AVAILABLE NOW Can:Do Hearing, in conjunction with Can:Do 4Kids, are the state’s most experienced provider of services for children with hearing concerns. Paediatric appointments are conducted by a paediatric audiologist with extensive experience assessing children of all ages. We provide a full range of…

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  • Christmas Connect

    Uncategorized / 16 December

    A special Christmas message to our Can:Do kids, their families and loved ones from our dedicated supporters. We are so lucky to have such dedicated support of the wider South Australian community who, continuing through to our present day, have shown such care to ensure we can always carry out our mission: to provide support…

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  • A Step in the Right Direction

    Uncategorized / 11 October

    More Inclusive and Accessible Healthcare A partnership project between Deaf Can:Do and Central Adelaide Local Health Network (CALHN) was recently undertaken, representing an exciting opportunity aimed to support healthcare staff to deliver services that are accessible for, and inclusive of, Deaf or Hard of Hearing individuals. It aims to assist staff to develop cultural awareness…

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  • National Week of Deaf People 2021

    Uncategorized / 26 July

    Celebrating Thriving Deaf Communities In September, we will be celebrating 130 years of Deaf Can:Do, The Royal South Australian Deaf Society with the Deaf community during National Week of Deaf People. The weeklong celebration provides an opportunity for Deaf people to celebrate their community, language, culture and history; make the public aware of their local,…

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  • Zara’s Story

    Uncategorized, News, News and Events / 02 December

    Two-year-old Zara is a happy, gregarious and engaging little girl who just loves people. But unlike most of us, she can’t rely on her vision to aid her interactions. Zara was born with optic nerve hypoplasia (under-developed optic nerves), nystagmus and astigmatism in both eyes, all of which means she has only very limited sight….

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  • Hamish’s Story

    Uncategorized, News, News and Events / 02 December

    Born prematurely at 24 weeks and weighing just 380g, Hamish faced a number of serious health challenges early on in life. Not the least of these was the need for emergency laser eye surgery, after which it was discovered Hamish was experiencing nystagmus (dancing eyes). Further analysis led to a diagnosis of ocular albinism, which…

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