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Deaf Services and the Deaf Society has taken a range of steps to manage the risks of exposure to COVID-19, and to keep our staff, offices and customers safe.
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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!
We have some exciting events happening throughout the week to celebrate and share Deaf culture, Deaf history and our language, Auslan.
COVID-19 has had a huge impact on the Deaf community all over Australia, with many of us feeling cut off from one another due to lockdowns, social distancing and border closures.
We wanted to know what the Deaf community was really miss...
Deaf Services and the Deaf Society has recently completed reporting with the Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) for the 2020/21 financial year.
Deaf Services and the Deaf Society encourage everyone to get vaccinated in line with advice from your State Health Department. To support this, we are giving away free face masks. To get yours, fill out the form here.
Over three big weekends we were thrilled to recently deliver AFL skills clinics to over 60 deaf and hard of hearing kids and their families!
We caught up with one of our newest Ageing Well team members, South Australian Project Officer Caroline Conlon to find out more about her, and what’s happening in South Australia for Deaf community members over 65.
World Continence Week 2021 is 21-27 June. As part of the celebrations, we caught up with Registered Nurse Kate Mackie, part of our Ageing Well team, who has recently qualified as Continence Nurse Specialist.
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