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Show your support for the Australian Deaf games in January

The Australian Deaf Games is the pinnacle multi-sport event for Deaf and hard of hearing people in Australia involving up to twenty sports and attracting more than 1000 competitors and participants from all over Australia, some neighbouring Pacific nations and, potentially, one of two other overseas countries. All athletes, most officials and the majority of visitors are Deaf or hard of hearing. The games give Deaf and hard of hearing people an opportunity to be exposed to a national competition format that promotes the development of Dea...
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Learn Auslan in 2016

Learn Auslan in 2016 Auslan (Australian Sign Language) is not just a signed version of English – it’s a separate language with its own grammar, syntax and structure. Like learning any language, some people find it easier than others. At Deaf Can:Do we run beginners classes called ‘Talking Hands’ – if you’re interested in learning a new skill, you should definitely get in touch. Our new class dates for 2016 have been released, start with Talking Hands 1 and progress through to Talking Hands 2 and 3, b...
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