Come N’ See pilot

COMPLETED: The University of Sydney and Royal Far West partnered to develop and deliver an innovative speech and language program to children in schools in rural and remote parts of NSW using technology. The Program aims to address the chronic problem of lack of access to, and consistency in, speech therapy services.

The Nugent Family, Cobar, NSW

It was a really full on week. That’s how Michelle remembers her first time coming to Manly to get her daughter Ebony the specialist healthcare she needed but couldn’t get closer to home. In the years since that first week, Michelle has brought her other children Kayla and Noah to Manly for help. Since the…

A bright future for the Morey family

“I like coming here because I can speak to people about everything at once. It’s good that the kids can both get their points of view across. Things are really starting to fall into place for our family.” Ron Morey is a single father raising two children on his own. As a child, he suffered…

Three generations from Coonamble

“I think they love it there because they feel like the teachers listen to them. After their first visit, they lay in bed and talked about everything they’d learnt—they’d never done that before”. Coonamble mother Michelle McCauley first contacted Royal Far West for help with behavioural management for her two young boys, Evan and Nick….

The Taunton family from Worrigee

“For years I have been calling out for help, but no-one could provide the help I needed. Royal Far West has been an absolute blessing.” Life for the Taunton family of Worrigee is always busy. Jody Taunton is a single mother of five children, two of whom have special needs. Her youngest daughter, Jordan, has cerebral…