Cora Barclay Centre

Cora Barclay Centre
Celebrating 70 years: 1945 - 2015

The Cora Barclay Centre helps children who are deaf or hearing impaired, learn to speak and reach their full potential. This is achieved through a family-centred practice and professional expertise in Auditory-Verbal Therapy (AVT).

The Cora Barclay Centre is an NDIS provider.

Information for parents with newly diagnosed children

The Cora Barclay Centre team understands the impact of a diagnosis for your child of hearing loss or deafness.

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The Cora Barclay Centre assists all children who are deaf or hearing impaired to reach their potential. Read all of our stories.

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From 0-18 years of age, children who are deaf or hearing impaired are supported to enable them to pursue their goals and to reach their potential without limits.

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The Cora Barclay Centre first began it’s operations on October 8, 1945. We are now home to the oldest and most comprehensive dedicated Listening & Spoken Language (LSL) program in Australia.

Photo: Cora Barclay accepts a gift from Rotary

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Cora Barclay Centre

We provide audition, speech and language services to South Australian children who are deaf and hearing impaired and their families, with life-changing outcomes. Our programs are family-centred, evidence-based, and the children’s outcomes are published. Children who are deaf or hearing impaired require intensive therapy and ongoing support to achieve their life goals.

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