Meet Robyn from our Education team
Auslan teacher of eleven years, Robyn Woods talks about her work and why she enjoys it so much.
Meet Auslan teacher Manju
For Manju, an Auslan teacher with Deaf Connect, her greatest reward in teaching is “building cultural bridges.”
Deaf Connect releases new ‘Healthy Ageing’ Videos
Deaf Connect has developed a range of “healthy ageing” video resources for senior Australians who use Auslan.
Matthew’s Auslan Learning Journey
Deaf Connect Contact Centre officer and former Education student Matthew Lovett tells us about his Auslan learning journey, and his love of a language that doesn’t require him...
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.
Christy’s Auslan Interpreting Story
Meet Christy. Christy is a Western Australia based interpreter and trainer for Deaf Connect. She will be one of the trainers working with students to complete the new PSP50916 - Di...
The Tap – Edition 10
Brent Phillips updates us on: Launch of the NT Auslan Interpreter scholarship program and also our partnership with Deaf Australia.
Walk-in Community Access – now available in Darwin!
Walk-in support is now available to the Deaf community in Darwin through our Community Access service.
Independent Assessments for NDIS Participants
The NDIS has announced a trial program for ‘independent assessments’ for NDIS participants, a decision that was strongly opposed by many disability advocacy groups and organisa...