Deaf community member Claire Newell has been a fan of the Aussie soap opera Home and Away ever since it began in 1988. When she discovered a company that took tours of the set and locations made famous by the long-running series, she knew it was a trip she had to make to fulfil a lifelong dream.
When you go to a Queensland Health Public Hospital, you have the right to an interpreter.
The New Interpreter by Lauren Briigmann Lauren recently won a competition by Auslan Connections for a ticket to the ASLIA National Conference held in Brisbane last month. She is an […]
Auslan Connections are excited to announce that our first national professional development session for 2018 was a success. This first session is available to all interpreters Australia wide free of […]
Auslan Connections is proud to announce the national launch of our new booking system, Auslan Connections+. Auslan Connections+ is the culmination of consultation with our interpreters, clients and valued business […]
Media Release: Queensland State Government appoints Auslan Connections as provider of Auslan Interpreting Services. Auslan Connections, a joint venture between Deaf Services and Vicdeaf have been appointed by the Queensland […]
Auslan Connections presented Part 2 of the National NDIS Professional Development Session. This was made accessible via an internet connection and laptop, tablet or smart phone. The video of Part 2 […]
Auslan Connections was excited to deliver our first national NDIS professional development session. This was made accessible via an internet connection and laptop, tablet or smart phone. The video of […]
Auslan Connections is excited to announce that we are recruiting an exceptional, passionate and experienced Professional Auslan/English interpreter to become Program Manager – Interpreting. Based in East Melbourne, this position will […]
Auslan Connections is delighted to announce that from Tuesday 29th March 2016, Deaf and hard of hearing people around Queensland will have greater access to interpreters via iPads and Video […]
Auslan Connections was excited to deliver our first national professional development session for 2016. This first session was available to all interpreters Australia wide free of charge. This was made accessible […]
Auslan Connections is the largest Not for Profit interpreting service in Queensland and we are committed to reinvesting into our Deaf community and supporting and up skilling interpreters. We have […]
We are pleased to announce that Auslan Connections is launching an After Hours Emergency Service beginning Monday 3rd August 2015. This service has been designed to enable Deaf people to […]