Our drop-in service is accessible to all members of the South Australian Deaf Community, regardless of whether they have an NDIS plan.
The drop-in service is available at the following locations:
Drop in service - Deaf:Can Do Welland (59-61 Grange Rd)
August - Every Friday (9am-12noon) and every alternate Monday (9am-12noon)
Fri. 2nd August
Fri 9th August
Mon. 12th August
Fri. 16th August
Fri. 23rd August
Mon. 26th August
Fri. 30th August
September - Every Friday (9am-12noon) and every alternate Monday (9am-12noon)
Fri. 6th September
Mon. 9th September
Fri. 13th September
Fri. 20th September
Mon. 23rd September
Fri. 27th September
October - Every Friday (9am-12noon) and every alternate Monday (9am-12noon)
Mon. 7th October
Fri. 11th October
Fri. 18th October
Mon. 21st October
Fri. 25th October
November - Every Friday (9am-12noon) and every alternate Monday (9am-12noon)
Fri. 1st November
Mon. 4th November
Fri. 8th November
Fri. 15th November
Mon. 18th November
Fri. 22nd November
Fri. 29th November
December - Every Friday (9am-12noon) and every alternate Monday (9am-12noon)
Mon. 2nd December
Fri. 6th December
Fri. 13th November
Mon 16th December
Drop in Service - Senior Citizens Group at DCSSA, Modbury North (23 Famechon Cres)
August (Monday 9am - 12 noon)
September (Monday 9am - 12 noon)
October (Monday 9am - 12 noon)
November (Monday 9am - 12 noon)
December (Monday 9am - 12 noon)
Drop in Service - Marion Multicultural Centre (287 Diagonal Rd)
August (Thursdays 11am-2pm)
September (Thursdays 11am-2pm)
October (Thursdays 11am-2pm)
November (Thursdays 11am-2pm)
December (Thursdays 11am-2pm)
- Language support: translation from English to Auslan to English with letters, reports, bills, forms, finances.
- Literacy support with writing e.g. letter preparation, notes, information, directions.
- Assist with basic problem-solving.
- Information provision: e.g. medical, legal, community information.
- Referrals: for employment, education support, and further service support.
- Clarifying lifestyle & personal information: Centrelink and banking support.
- Support with scheduling: making appointments, responding to queries, information collection.
- Basic counselling & conflict resolution.
- Technology access: Use of National Relay Service, general technology support e.g. SMS, phone calls, faxing.
- Access to computers: paying bills, purchasing/ordering, filling in online forms.
- Booking interpreting support, identifying interpreters of choice.
Please note: A booking is required to see a community worker at all other times.
If you have a question, want some more information or would just like to speak to someone for support click on the links below and we will be able to help you.