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There are places, business and groups that help people with deafblindness.

They can provide

  • services
  • information
  • advocacy
  • equipment

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

Deaf Children Australia

Deaf Children Australia is a non-for-profit organisation that supports deaf and hard of hearing children, young people and their families to remove barriers to their personal development and social inclusion.

Expression Australia

Expression Australia is a not-for-profit organisation created by and for the Deaf Community. They empower people who are Deaf, hard of hearing to overcome barriers in their life and choose how they want to live.

See Differently

See Differently, with the Royal Society for the Blind, is a not-for-profit organisation providing services to Australians who have a severe vision impairment. These services are delivered by a professional, committed and highly qualified team supported by volunteers, drawn from all age groups and walks of life.

VisAbility

VisAbility provides practical, emotional and peer support services to Western Australians with low or no vision. Their professional therapy and support services are available at any stage of life, in homes, at school, at work and in the community.