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Cantle-Moore, Dr Robyn

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A unique record of scholarship and activity underpins Dr Cantle-Moore’s career as a practitioner, teacher and researcher. She holds undergraduate degrees in Education, and in Music Performance (Sydney University), Masters Degrees in Special Education (Sensory Disability) and in Educational Studies (University of Newcastle) and a PhD in Education (University of Newcastle). For 25 years Dr Cantle-Moore has drawn upon the diverse challenges and opportunities afforded her by the Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children (RIDBC) Sydney, Australia, to hone her skills as an educator in the field of pediatric hearing impairment/sensory disability, and as a mentor to parents and her colleagues who support them.

Dr Cantle-Moore is conjoint Lecturer/Coordinator of post-graduate courses in pediatric language development and family collaborative approaches to early childhood intervention for sensory disability (hearing impairment and vision impairment) at RIDBC Renwick Centre for Research and Professional Education/University of Newcastle. As a researcher she has developed specialised curriculum, parent education materials and assessment tools to guide early intervention and professional practice following neonatal diagnosis and referral for hearing loss.