A huge thank you for everyone who attended and participated in our events for the National Week of Deaf People. Thank you to our Yoga Instructor, interpreters at Darwin Military museum. The Deckchair and our Auslan Social Club at Boat Trailer club were a big hit!
Term 4 will commence October 19. To enrol complete the enrollment form Class Venue: Casuarina Plaza, 258 Trower Road, Casuarina (opposite Casuarina Shopping Centre). Parking available at rear.
Are communication barriers holding your son or daughter back from playing football? If they are between 5 and 12 years of age and deaf or hard of hearing, they might want to try Auslan Auskick. We are running an Auslan Auskick program with the generous support of the City of Darwin and AFL Northern Territory Contact: AFL NT...Read More
Deaf Children Australia have resources to help guide you through the NDIS. DCA have produced 12 Auslan captioned videos covering what is the NDIS, what is covered by the NDIS, gathering evidence, applying and preparing for the planning meeting. You can access information about the NDIS on their website: https://deafchildrenaustralia.org.au/community/national-disability-insurance-scheme/ Find a NDIS registered provider:...Read More
Join us for our monthly gatherings, the more the merrier! Where: Darwin Trailor Boat Club When: Last Friday of each month TIme: 6pm Location: Council room 8 Atkins Drive, Fannie Bay NT 0820 Will be a great night for a fantastic social event
Baby signs When we talk we often use gestures. Before babies speak they take in everything around them through their eyes. Your babies understanding of language and their motor skills develop much faster than their ability to speak.
“As a native user of Auslan, and as an advocate for the language and for the Deaf community, I am thrilled to see a national curriculum in Auslan come to fruition. For the first time, deaf children will have access to a formal first language learner pathway for acquiring Auslan, acknowledging their status and strengths...Read More