Dec2018PODC & Cicada Picnic at the Park
Please feel free to bring family and friends and join us for a combined PODC and Cicada picnic at the park this weekend. Su...
Dec2018PODC's AGM 2018
The Management Committee of PODC warmly welcome members to their Annual General Meeting to be held at the Australian Hearing Hub at 2:00p...
Apr2018PODC & Cicada Picnic at the Park
Please feel free to bring family and friends and join us for a combined POD and Cicada picnic at the park this weekend. Sun...
Feb2016Media Release: Proposal to transfer ownership of Australian Hearing to a private ownership
PROPOSAL TO TRANSFER OWNERSHIP OF AUSTRALIAN HEARING TO A PRIV...
Aug2015PODC's attendance at The Senate Select Committee on Health
On Friday, 10 Jul 2015, PODC represented parents at the Senate Select Committee on Health rega...
Jul2015PODC Update on hearing services for children
An update on PODC Activities regarding the proposed sale of Australian Hearing and the transition of H...
Jun2015PODC receives Third Party Verification
Parents of Deaf Children (PODC) is proud to announce that we have recently received the NSW Disability Services St...
Jul2015PODC's submission to Senate Enquiry into Health
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Aug2014Parent submission re: potential sale of Australian Hearing
Dear Parents and Interested Parties, As you may be aware, in the May 2014 Budg...
parents of Deaf Children
Parents of Deaf Children (PODC), formerly Parent Council for Deaf Education, is a non-profit organisation, supporting families with babies, children and teenagers with hearing loss in NSW. The organisation offers a range of information, support and capacity building services for parents and carers, respecting the method or methods of communication that the family has chosen for their child.
PODC can assist families with free decision making and planning support prior to attending your NDIS planning meetings.Contact us to find out how we can help you to make good decisions for your child.
PODC connects families to others in their local area via POD groups (parent groups). Our quarterly magazine, Sound News, provides information about parenting and educating a child with hearing loss. PODC advocates on behalf of families with government departments and service providers.