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Register Now: National Deafblind Conference 2022

  The National Deafblind Conference 2022 program has been released and Registrations are now open.  The hybrid event will be taking place in Fremantle, WA on Thursday 30th June and Friday 1st July 2022, as well as online.  There will also be two pre-conferences on Wednesday 29th June with specific programs for both

Empowering people who are Deafblind. Part 2

Pimpama Sports Hub Community Centre, Rifle Range Rd, Pimpama, QLD, Australia

Anytime Auslan and Deafblind Australia have joined together to bring you part two of the professional development, working with and empowering people who are Deafblind as either an Auslan Interpreter, Deaf Interpreter or commguide/support worker. Please Note: This workshop is only available to those who have attended our Deafblind theory


Deafblind Ball

King st 309 King St, Newcastle West, NSW, Australia

Get your ball costumes out because CDAH (Community Disability Alliance Hunter) have organised a Deafblind Ball and looks like it is going to be a wonderful event. Deafblind members and their support workers/comm guides are entitled to free admission.


Technology and Mental Health for people who are Deafblind

Alice Springs Desert Park- Mulga Room 871 Larapinta Drive, Alice Springs, NT, Australia

Please join Deafblind Australia in an open forum about: Technology and Mental Health for people who are Deafblind. We are hoping to gain a better understanding for people with hearing and vision loss and: Access to technology Mental Health accessibility and support options We will be joined by Jody Barney,


Deaf, HoH, Deafblind Indigenous Awareness Training

Alice Springs Desert Park - Red Mulga Event Centre Red Mulga Event Centre Larapinta Drive, Alice Springs, NT, Australia

DBA have partnered with Jody Barney to present TWO amazing training opportunities on November 21st. Jody is a strong and committed advocate who has worked for the last 35 years with Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander people who are Deaf/hard of hearing or have disabilities. More about Jody Barney: Understanding

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