A Culturally Affirming Way Forward
Deaf Australians could be $12,000 per year better off if they are provided with adequate Auslan (Australian Sign Language) intervention, according to new research released today by...
Breakfast at Parliament House – Opportunity for Deaf youth!
Exciting opportunity to join Deaf Connect and Deaf Australia for Parliament Breakfast in September!
Community Access in Brisbane
Did you know we provide walk-in support for Deaf and hard of hearing people out of our Moorooka office?
Auslan User Statistics | 2021 Census
Census data reveals more than 16,000 people use Auslan at home. Read on to find out more!
Australian Network on Disability’s National Conference
The Australian Network on Disability’s national conference is the hallmark event in disability as it relates to business, held 9th June in Melbourne.
Federal Election | Auslan Interpreted Debate
Deaf Connect is proud to deliver the 2nd Federal Election Debate from Sunday 8 May in Auslan.
Federal Election | Upcoming Debate and Auslan Access
Deaf Connect has been in discussions with television networks to ensure that debates are accessible to the Australian Deaf community.
Happy International Women’s Day 2022
Here at Deaf Connect, we pride ourselves on building an inclusive workplace for all people to express themselves uniquely.
Transfer of Services from Deaf Can:Do
The Can Do:Group has offered services specifically for their Deaf Community to be transferred to Deaf Connect.
Auslan Interpreter touches down in the Northern Territory
The Northern Territory Deaf community will receive equitable access to information through an Auslan Interpreter – the first living locally in the NT since 2019.