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  • Web link

    Voice amplifier: ChatterVox

    The ChatterVox range of amplifiers were designed for superior voice reproduction. The ChatterVox Model 100 is a wearable voice amplifier designed for people with vocal strain or low levels of vocal output.

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    W.A. Deaf Society Inc

    The WA Deaf Society provides services to Deaf and hard of hearing people in Western Australia. They provide: Deaf Interpreting Service, DEAFinite Employment Service and Community Services.

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    Webinar: Using technology in the classroom for Deaf students

    This webinar was hosted by ADCET and the Australian Tertiary Education Network on Disability (ATEND) in May, 2016.

    Gary Kerridge was the presenter and he discussed the using assistive technology for delivery of Auslan and captioning for Deaf students. The presentation included strategies for delivering remote interpreting and captioning in various education situations through assistive technology, mobile devices and the Internet. He also presented information on a number of listening devices and how they can benefit classroom situations.

    Download: Transcript
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    Word of Mouth Technology

    Specialising in assistive technology for the deaf and hard of hearing.

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    Working with an Auslan (Australian Sign Language) Interpreter

    Information developed by Victorian Deaf Society, covering how to work with an interpreter and how to book an Auslan interpreter.

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    deafConnectEd

    deafConnectEd champions the learning success of students who are deaf or hard of hearing in Victorian post-secondary education. They partner with educators, student support staff, students and families to provide advice, training, research, and interpreting services. (Formerly Centre of Excellence for Students who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing).

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