Deaf Children Australia
Provides information, advocacy, support services and educational resources that respond to the needs of these children and their families.
Expression Australia is a non-profit organisation. It is the primary source of reference, referral, advice and support for deaf adults in Victoria.
Deaf Access Victoria supports rural and regional communities to plan and develop strategies that enable deaf and hard of hearing people to become more included in their local community.
Support Deaf and Hearing Impaired through research, prevention, early detection and technology.
Hearing Australia is dedicated to helping people manage their hearing impairment. They provide a full range of hearing services for children and young people up to the age of 21, eligible adults and aged pensioners and most war veterans.
Aussie Deaf Kids
Support and resources for parents of hard of hearing and deaf children living in Australia. The Aussie Deaf Kids website aims to provide relevant and easy-to-access information.
NDIS is an independent statutory agency to implement, support and better the lifestyle of Australians with permanent disability, and their families and carers .
A place to find, learn, play and print sign language images and activities. It features a fully searchable dictionary and resource database.
An interactive dictionary of Auslan
The Auslan Company
The Auslan Company runs Auslan courses for the community through to business organisations.
Run "Sing and Sign" classes for families.
Usher syndrome is the most common genetic cause of combined deafness and blindness. More than 400,000 people are affected by this disorder worldwide.
It is a publishing and consulting company which has Auslan resources.
Word of Mouth Technology
Specialises in assistive technology for the deaf and hard of hearing
Sally and Possum
Follow the fun adventures of Sally and Possum as they explore and learn about the world around them using Auslan sign language
My Baby's Hearing
It is important to know that many babies need a repeat screening test. It does not necessarily mean your baby has a hearing loss. A newborn with normal hearing may fail the first screening due to debris in the ear canal, fluid in the middle ear or moving/crying during the test.