There are places, business and groups that help people with deafblindness.
They can provide
Some services listed are Australian and some are International.
Some organisations that specialise in only blindness or only deafness are in the directory. They may be able to adapt their services for someone with deafblindness.
There are two drop down filters that can help you search for Service type and / or Region. This is the best way to search the directory.
You can use the search bar to find words in the organisation’s title and description. This is not as effective as using the dropdown filters.
The list of organisations is not exhaustive. It may not include every service or organisation in Australia with deafblind expertise.
This directory is for information purposes only. Inclusion in the service directory does not imply:
- affiliation with, or
- endorsement from
Deafblind Information Australia.
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Last updated September 29, 2022
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- Orientation and Mobility Services
- Other services
- Pastoral Care
- Social activity & connection
- Support Coordination
- Supported Independent Living (SIL)
- Training (deafblind)
Able Australia is a leading provider of disability services for adults and community supports for seniors. They are a diverse not-for-profit organisation offering a broad range of high quality services to help those with a disability live the life they choose.
Better Hearing Australia Brisbane
Better Hearing Australia (National) is Australia’s largest independent consumer based non-profit organisation for hearing loss. They are a national voice for all Australians affected by hearing loss, promoting best practice in hearing loss management through advocacy, support and education.
Deaf Connect is the largest whole-of-life service provider for Deaf, Deafblind and hard of hearing Australians, with offices across Queensland and New South Wales, as well in Adelaide, Melbourne, Perth and Darwin.
Eyes and Independence
Eyes and Independence supports children, adults, and families; and was the first sole provider to offer specialist teaching for children and adults with a vision impairment, and/or orientation and mobility challenges and training.
Guide Dogs Australia
Guide Dogs Australia is a brand that represents Australia's state and territory-based Guide Dog organisations.
Link Vision's mission is to improve working conditions and provide affordable self-contained living accommodation.
Narbethong State Special School
Narbethong is a small, unique school which provides specialist teaching for students with vision impairment.
National Equipment Database (NED)
NED’s priority has remained about connecting customers to the right assistive products, information and tools to research, select and access the solutions they need, with confidence.
Queensland Blind Association
The aim of the Queensland Blind Association Inc. (QBA) is to provide real assistance to its legally blind members so they can live in a safe, secure social environment in comfort within the community.
Signpedia offers nationwide services and supports to the Australian Deaf Community and other Auslan users.
Director Neil is passionate about Auslan as a language trainer, mentor and interpreter provider and wants to share his passion with the community.
TV Voice Pro
TV Voice Pro develops TV speech clarification products for those with hearing loss.
Vision Australia is a leading national provider of blindness and low vision services. They work with Australians who are blind or have low vision, helping them live the life they choose.