Working towards an equitable and inclusive Tasmanian community.
Tasdeaf is a community service organisation that provides services and education for Deaf and hard of hearing Tasmanians and their families. Tasdeaf also provides services for the broader Tasmanian community, to promote better understanding of hearing loss and to ensure that our community is equitable and inclusive.
Take a look at our website to find out how TasDeaf is changing the lives of Tasmanians with hearing loss. You can also contact TasDeaf to ask us any questions or give us feedback.
Do you know about the range of courses and training services we provide? Click here for more information about our services.
Deaf Cultural Awareness Training & new DVD
TasDeaf is proud to announce the arrival of our new Deaf Cultural Awareness Training (DCAT) DVD.
The production of the DVD, called ‘Opening Minds, Opening Doors: Supporting Deaf and Hard of Hearing Workers in Tasmania’, was jointly funded by Skills Tasmania and TasDeaf. The DVD was produced by Miro Digital in Hobart. For more information about the DVD or to buy a copy, contact TasDeaf today.
The second edition for 2013 of Tasdeaf’s newsletter Signpost is now available! You can read about the latest news from Tasdeaf and find out about events happening soon across Tasmania.
To read the February Signpost newsletter , please click here.
We hope you enjoy our newsletter. Happy reading!
Captioned theatre performances will be staged in Huonville, Deloraine and Launceston as part of 10 Days on the Island, Tasmania’s international arts festival, in March 2013.
To find out more information click here.
Adam Hills, one of Australia’s most well known stand-up comedians, is back from the UK and will be hitting the road with a national tour of Happyism – his highly anticipated first solo show in three years. To find out more, click here.
The Mercure Hotel in Hobart has recently worked with TasDeaf and its division Hearing Link Tasmania to provide assistive listening and alerting devices in a number of rooms to cater for Deaf and hard of hearing guests. To read more, click here.