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Interpreting services aim to provide equitable access to key services.

The Australian Deaf community use Australian Sign Language (Auslan) interpreting services to access supports, services and to communicate with mainstream society. It is a service that is important for economic, social and personal engagement for most Deaf Auslan users.

People with little to no English-language proficiency, as well as those whose first/primary language is not English, also use interpreting services.

  • Auslan Connections - a joint venture between Expression Australia and Deaf Services
  • Creative Access - specialists in Performance Auslan Interpreting, access and inclusion