Social Media Guidelines

As the leading not for profit provider of language access services in Australia, Auslan Connections is easily recognisable in the Deaf community, and amongst the public.

As the public face of our brand, the ways in which Auslan Connections Interpreters conduct themselves at appointments is of great importance, and this responsibility to maintain positive public perception and affinity with the Deaf community extends to our interpreters interactions online.

With the growing proliferation of social media Auslan Connections accepts the inevitable interact and share important events and stories about their lives, including their lives as they relate to the Deaf community, and to Auslan Connections.  Additionally, fostering a healthy online profile can be beneficial to our interpreter’s personal and professional lifestyles.

This document outlines some guidelines for participating in the online community as well as some advice for utilising online tools to your, and the organisation’s online presence. These guidelines can extend from traditional social media channels, to online discussions to emerging media and mobile channels.

If you have any queries or questions regarding these guidelines for operating as an identifiable employee of Auslan Connections please feel free to contact our team.
To read the guidelines in full, please click here.
To read our article regarding these guidelines please click here.