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18 Barrett Street
Wembley 6014

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The Earbus Foundation is a WA-based Children's charity that works to reduce the incidence of middle ear disease in Aboriginal and at-risk children in our state. The Foundation brings together experts from Education, Health, Culture and Communities

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From SA to the SW

Earbus Foundation of Western Australia

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Earbus Foundation has acquired a Mercedes Sprinter Bus from South Australia where it was used by the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons as a training resource for surgeons. The Bus will be used by Earbus Clinical team for visits to WA’s SW starting with Djidi Djidi school in Bunbury in early 2018. In its previous life the bus was used by the RACS as a mobile laparoscopic surgery training resource.

The SW Earbus will be relicensed for WA on-road use in December then decorated with art from Djidi Djidi students in the new year. The art work will be digitalised by Indigenous creative agency Galimbaa in Queensland and then applied to the new bus early in 2018. The Aboriginal artwork was chosen from student designs and will give the bus a local identity and connection.

The Sprinter was driven safely across the Nullarbor to its new home by adventurous Earbus staffer Shirley South (pictured above) and Earbus friend and supporter Veronica Caporn.
 

Meet CJ Walker

Earbus Foundation of Western Australia

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My name is Clay Walker, but most people call me CJ. I am the administration and data entry for the Earbus and I'm 22 years old. I am originally from Queensland but can't decide which state I'm more partial to calling home between Western Australia and QLD. Since starting work with Earbus Foundation a short few months ago, it didn't take me long to realise that of all the jobs I've had so far I am most proud of this one. Being able to help my people and other kids in need while learning and experiencing new skills that I can further utilise to help people with was an opportunity I couldn't miss out on.

Earbus Foundation of Western Australia
Building E, 18 Barrett Street
Wembley, Western Australia 6014
Australia