• A Day Out for the Community

    News, Events, News and Events / 16 March

    On Sunday, 19 September 2021, Deaf Can:Do commenced the celebration of National Week of Deaf People and the 130 year anniversary of The Royal South Australian Deaf Society with a family-fun day out that will not be forgotten anytime soon. The day began with a picnic at Botanic Park with great food, entertainment and even…

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  • Bridging the Gap – Auslan Information Hub

    News, Events, News and Events / 16 March

    Recently, Deaf Can:Do has been fortunate enough to be involved in an Information, Linkages and Capacity Building (ILC) grant as a consortium project with other Deaf Societies around Australia to develop an Auslan Information Hub. Building on three previous projects, the Auslan Information Hub aims to meet the ‘live’ information needs of the Deaf community…

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  • World Hearing Day 2022

    News, News and Events / 03 March

    To Hear for Life, Listen with Care The call-out to listen with care is making noise! Today, Thursday, March 3rd is World Hearing Day, in conjunction with Hearing Awareness Week, which raises community awareness of hearing loss and ways to protect your hearing. World Hearing Day provides an opportunity for the almost 3.5 million Australians…

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  • Adelaide Fringe 2022 Interpreted Shows

    News, Events, News and Events / 17 February

    Deaf Can:Do is an Accessibility Partner of Adelaide Fringe for the fourth time, helping make the magic of the Fringe accessible to more people. There are many Auslan-interpreted shows on offer! Simply scroll through the page to find one (or two) that you might like and book today! Bettong & Buddies Genre: Kids and Family…

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  • Loud Shirt Day

    News, Events, News and Events / 10 January

    Did you know that over 12,000 Australian kids face everyday with a hearing loss? And most Australians wouldn’t know where to turn if their child had a hearing loss. Early intervention can mean a big difference in terms of outcomes for children and that is why Can:Do 4Kids have announced 12-month-old Liam and 5-year-old Max…

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