Learn Auslan (Australian sign language) with tailor designed deafness awareness training (DAT). Courses are available for parents, families, workplace, and individuals.
Auslan is the language used by the deaf community in Australia. Like other sign languages, it is a visual language that uses hand gestures, facial expressions, and body language to communicate. Auslan is not a universal sign language and is unique to Australia, with its own grammar and vocabulary. Sign languages are essential for deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals to communicate and connect with others. Understanding and learning sign language can help create more inclusive and accessible environments for the deaf community.
38 Oak Ave, Tonsley SA 5042, Australia