We have exciting news!

The Royal South Australian Deaf Society, later Deaf Can:Do, has been supporting the South Australian Deaf and hard of hearing community since 1891.In March 2022 it was announced that Deaf Can:Do services offered would be transferred to Deaf Connect.Following this transition, Deaf Can:Do clients will have access to the services of the leading provider for the Deaf, deafblind and hard of hearing communities in Australia. There is no change or impact to how your service is delivered.Deaf Connect are proud to welcome and transition the Deaf:Can Do employees to the Deaf Connect team. Meaning, you will still work with your preferred staff, interpreters, and see familiar faces.

Interpreter Bookings

Make a booking online or contact our experienced bookings team directly to find the interpreter for you.Contact our Interpreting Services

Education

We have been providing Australian Sign Language (Auslan) classes since 1985 and have a team of experienced teachers delivering both accredited and non-accredited classes.Deafness Awareness Training
Online Courses
Auslan at Home

Community Access

Community Access is a ‘walk-in’ support service which aims to empower people who are Deaf or hard of hearing to be independent and achieve their goals.

1:1 Support

We provide access to one-on-one support in Auslan, allowing participants to learn and develop the skills and confidence to live independent lives.

Support Coordination

We provide individual support to assist you with maximising your NDIS package, resolving problems and achieving your goals.

Get Involved

We offer a range of ways to get involved with Deaf Connect, right across Australia.

General Enquiries

How can we help you? Below you can:
• Contact our finance team
• Provide feedback
• Lodge a complaint
• Contact our head offices
• Contact our regional offices

Check out the official announcement from Deaf Connect and Deaf:Can Do