Intro to Deaf/Hearing Teams in Behavioral Health Interpreting webshopApril 2, 2019
Because behavioral health work assesses what is happening in the brain based on language and behavior, it is critical to be able to recognize if a person’s language is impacted by behavioral health factors, or factors unique to being deaf. […]
Robert Adam becomes Deaf BSL Interpreter for the BBCApril 2, 2019
All of us here in Australia – are very proud of Robert who has lived in London for the last 15 years and now he has started his role as a Deaf BSL Interpreter for the BBC News with our love – […]
Support the distribution of the Yolngu Sign Language Book in the North East Arnhem LandMarch 31, 2019
Yolngu Sign Language of North East Arnhem Land – request for assistance. The Illustrated Handbook of Yolŋgu Sign Language of North East Arnhem Land, is a book which will be distributed for free to the children of North East Arnhem […]
Call for Nominations for the WASLI Board: deadline 31 MarchMarch 29, 2019
WASLI invites nominations for the positions of President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, and Deaf Interpreter Advisor. Each position is a four- year term. Nominations are to be received by March 31, 2019. For more information, click here.
Volunteers for an online research studyMarch 27, 2019
Sharon Craig, a Master of Clinical Psychology student at Charles Sturt University is conducting a research project and would appreciate your help. About the project This research will explore secondary traumatic stress, burnout and compassion satisfaction in Australian Interpreters working with Refugees […]
Position Available: Volunteers Coordinator – Australian Deaf Games 2022March 25, 2019
The Volunteers Coordinator will be a member of the GOC and report to GOC Chairperson. The job position is voluntary although some related expenses may be reimbursed. For more information, click here.