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Page last updated: 23 August 2016

Care for Kids’ Ambassadors; Corey Gretch, Kelvin Kong, and Kobi McKenzie-Ingrey

The Care for Kids' Ears campaign resources haves been designed and produced by the Australian Government to increase awareness of ear disease and hearing loss in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.

Strong Ears, Strong Futures – Resources to help teachers combat hearing problems

While good ear health always starts at home, the negative effects of poor ear health are often most pronounced in the classroom, where the educational possibilities and outcomes for students suffer.

Strong Hearing, Strong Start - Raising awareness the key to improving Indigenous ear health

Dr Kelvin Kong is an ear, nose and throat specialist who has spent years visiting and working in Indigenous communities and is continually disturbed by what he calls the ‘travesty of ear disease’ in communities.

Strong Ears, Strong Futures - Healthy hearing starts at home

Being a mother of five children all under the age of 12, Kobi McKenzie-Ingrey is no stranger to looking after sick kids.