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In partnership with Apple TV, Deaf Services and the Deaf Society are thrilled to bring you an interview with the cast and crew of the hit movie 'CODA'! Watch here.
For Freelance Interpreter Adele Greedy-Vogel, a career in Auslan interpreting has been everything she’d hoped for and much more!
There is now free sign language interpreting available for Deaf, deafblind and hard of hearing people over 65 that live anywhere in Australia. This program is available through Auslan Connections.
The Northern Territory Government has announcement a package of programs designed to ensure greater access to interpreters for Deaf Territorians in both the short and long term
On 3 September, Deaf Services and the Deaf Society’s aged care program Ageing Well celebrated its official launch in South Australia with a well-attended morning tea at Adelaide’s Goodwood Community Centre.
Deaf Services and the Deaf Society was thrilled to recently provide a significant donation to a fundraiser by Deaf author Amy McEwing, to fund the design and publication of her picture book ABC Fingerspelling, an alphabet&nbs...
Deaf Services and the Deaf Society has collaborated with the Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission to produce a video resource explaining Aged Care Rights to senior Australians who use Auslan (Australian Sign Lang...
We caught up with Education Administration Officer Pauline Hansen to find out more about her role, growing up in a Deaf community as a hearing person, and how Auslan is all about The Art of Conversation!
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