Book a sign language interpreter online:
or call 9:00am - 5:00pm
Weekdays (except Public Holidays)
07 3892 8500
Find out how you can use simple and free technology to communicate in your personal and professional life!
Australian Communication Exchange (ACE) provides invaluable communication services for Deaf and hearing impaired Australians.
Attend this workshop, facilitated by Phil Harper to learn about how to make the best use of modern technology at home, work or anywhere!
You will learn about:
Video Relay Service – how to ring hearing people through an Auslan interpreter
Captioned Telephone – how to make a voice phone call with live captions
Smart Auslan provides access to museums and art galleries
Silent Tweets keeps you updated with important public information such as emergency alerts.
When: Thursday, 9th August 2012
Times: 7pm - 9pm
Where: Ipswich City Council, W.G. Hayden Humanities Centre, 56 South Street, Ipswich, QLD
RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
RSVP by 06/08/2012
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Auslan is the name of the sign language used in Australia. To learn Auslan follow this link.
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