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Telethon Speech & Hearing Centre for Children is a non profit, charitable organisation based in Wembley, Western Australia.
The Centre exists to support families and children offering:
- early intervention and school support programs for hearing impaired children;
- early intervention for children with speech and language delay or disorder and,
- specialist paediatric audiological services.
With our main campus in Wembley, the Centre’s programs and services also extend to a network of school communities and maternity hospitals across Western Australia.
Supporting families who have children with speech and hearing needs.
To be a world class provider of programs and services for families who have children with speech and hearing needs.
We believe children with speech or hearing impairments can participate independently in our society if they acquire good spoken language.
At Telethon Speech & Hearing we:
- Nurture relationships
- Collaborate to improve
- Are accountable for our actions
These values enable us to build upon the historical roots of our organisation which are grounded in high parental involvement; innovation and technology, and highly skilled staff who partner with parents to promote spoken language in the home and community.
These values are the "way we do things" at Telethon Speech & Hearing. The values are deliberately listed in rank order. Nurturing relationships is pivotal to enabling greater collaboration and collaboration enables mutual accountability for results.
Spending time with families, staff and stakeholders enables us to build relationships based on mutual trust and the ability to see the world from another viewpoint. Strong relationships provide the platform for staff, families and stakeholders to work collaboratively together to grow, enquire and learn.
The Telethon Speech & Hearing constitution can be downloaded here.
Comments, Queries or Concerns
Telethon Speech & Hearing aims to provide quality customer service. Your comments, queries and concerns are important to us. If you have a comment, query or concern to report, please download a copy of the Comments, Queries or Concerns Form here. The Centre's Complaints Policy is also available here.