Tasdeaf is committed to advocating on behalf of Deaf and hard of hearing people for improved programs to meet community needs and for ease of access to adequate community resources and support.
Overcoming communication barriers
Communication barriers are a major issue for deaf and hard of hearing people and this often restricts community participation and makes accessing services difficult. Tasdeaf is committed to working with individuals and agencies to assess how these barriers impact on deaf and hard of hearing people and to find ways to overcome them.
If you have any concerns or queries about accessing services or resources in your community, or for any general enquiries about deaf access issues, we welcome you to contact Tasdeaf on Ph (03) 6228 1955 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Visual Smoke Alarms
Tasdeaf can provide subsidised visual smoke alarms for deaf and hard of hearing Tasmanians of all age groups. This funding is provided by the Tasmanian Government. We welcome applications for visual smoke alarms. To find out more about this package and to apply for a subsidised visual smoke alarm please email email@example.com
Cinema Access For Deaf, Hard Of Hearing, And The Blind & Visually Impaired
For the past decade, community groups representing the interests of people with disability have advocated for improved access to cinemas. These efforts have been tireless and ongoing and fortunately there was a positive step when the Accessibly Cinema Advisory Group (ACAG) was set up as part of a new Cinema Access Implementation Plan.
Village Cinemas now provide the CaptiView Closed Caption Viewing System for hearing impaired and deaf people.