Alex Jones interviews Carla Anderson about her being a recent recipient of the Order of Australia Medal and her tireless work on advocating for people who are deaf and blind. What motivates her? Where does her inspiration come from? Watch the interview as Carla generously shares her humbling experience with us.
Carter is 6 years old and Deaf. He loves teaching his twin brother how to read in sign language. (via Chassidy Gibson: facebook.com/chassuhdee)
Deaf photographer David Wimble almost gave up on his dream of making it big. Today, his photos have been shared millions of times. This is his story. #Auslan (More: www.davidwimble.com.au)
Ai-Media’s co-founder Alex Jones discusses his experiences, both positive and negative, with audism and deaf awareness. Celebrate all things Deaf culture with us in the last week of September for International Week of the Deaf (IWDeaf) and the UN’s International Day of Sign Language on September 23.
Saynab is Deaf and was born in Somalia. Due to civil war, her family moved to New Zealand in hope of a safer life. In NZ, she began learning sign language and discovered the Deaf community. This is her story. #NZSL Instagram: saynab_muse
Rikki Poynter explains the huge impact discovering the Deaf community has had on her.
ASL Incorporated are taking the internet by storm with their dynamic ASL dance videos. We caught up with Shaheem and Jocelyn to find out about the mission behind their work. Instagram: @asl_incorporated YouTube: youtube.com/user/citieshp415
In our latest Just Sign Here video, Young Australian of the year Drisana Levitzke-Gray wants to talk to all Australian’s about the importance of Auslan. She explains the need for all to embrace Auslan as a part of our county’s shared heritage and through her endeavors enlisting various Australian celebrities to her cause. Drisana emphasises
Audrey is 15 months old and has been signing since she was 7 months old. Sign language is a great learning tool and a wonderful way for parents and children to bond. The time spent teaching, playing, and interacting has benefits for all children and parents. More info: www.lead-k.org
Sign language should be taught in all schools. Wayne Barrow explains why. #BSL Twitter: @presenterwayne
Check out how Tom Willard, a Deaf comedian, completely wins over his audience. More: https://goo.gl/Y4AV2M