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16,000 people use Auslan: Census 2021

16,000 people use Auslan: Census 2021

For the first time, the National Census in 2021 included Auslan (Australian Sign Language) as a prompt when asking what language was used at home. Deaf Australia described it as a “major win for the Deaf Community.” The new Australian Census report shows slightly more...

Australian Teleaudiology Guidelines ready to roll

Australian Teleaudiology Guidelines ready to roll

Teleaudiology is a service delivery option that offers a range of benefits for hearing health care practitioners, providers and consumers including improved access to care for people who find it difficult to attend in-person hearing care appointments. These new...

Read Our Lips Australia makes communication easier

Read Our Lips Australia makes communication easier

Margaret Brady* from Melbourne began noticing her hearing was not like it used to be several years ago. “I now have significant hearing loss which affects my ability to communicate, especially in noisy environments,” Margaret said. “I felt like people were constantly...