Did you know that almost 20,000 Australians use Auslan every day to communicate?
Auslan is a uniquely Australian sign language that has been developed for people who are deaf or hearing impaired. This visual language uses hand, arm and body movements to convey meaning.
Kinglake Ranges Neighbourhood House is offering Auslan classes tutored by Jacqueline Constantin. Jacqueline has been hearing impaired since birth and has a wealth of experience in teaching Auslan. She loves having fun seeing people learn the beautiful Auslan language.
This program runs for 8 weeks from 30 July to 17 September (7:00 pm to 9:00 pm).
To find out more, go to: https://kinglakeranges.com.au/events/auslan-t3-2019/