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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- Allied health
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- Auslan translation
- Captioning and transcription
- Communication guide / support work
- Orientation and Mobility Services
- Other services
- Pastoral Care
- Social activity & connection
- Support Coordination
- Supported Independent Living (SIL)
- Training (deafblind)
Adelaide Deaf Community Church
The Adelaide Deaf Community Church (ADCC) is an ecumenical congregation of Deaf people served by a pastor of the Lutheran Church of Australia (LCA).
Catholic Centre for Deaf and Hard of Hearing people
The Ephpheta Centre is a Centre for deaf and hard of hearing people. Their work includes pastoral care, sacramental services, support and advocacy. Visitation is an important part of their work.
The Emmanuel Centre provides self-help disability services in an environment that fosters spiritual growth, good mental health and general wellbeing.
Inspire Deaf Church
The Inspire Deaf Church is a place where those who are hearing impaired in our community can come and find hope, purpose and life in Christ.
John Pierce Centre (JPC)
JPC operates as an independent not for profit company limited by guarantee and maintains its links with the Catholic Church as a member of Catholic Social Services Victoria.