We are having our 34th Annual General Meeting on Tuesday 24th October 2017, starting at 6PM. During the AGM, you will learn about what Deaf Victoria has been doing the last 12 months, and what our plans are for the next 12 months. You will also meet our new Board for 2017-18. After the AGM, […]
Vacancies on the Deaf Victoria Board (2018) Expressions of interest are invited to fill a number of vacancies on the Deaf Victoria Board. Deaf Victoria advocates on behalf of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Victorians to increase access to services and to educate the wider community on how to work, play and study with […]
Manager 0.8 EFT $61,097.92 ($76,372.40 full time equivalent, negotiable) We are seeking a Deaf or Hard of Hearing person to lead our dynamic advocacy organisation at a time of exciting opportunities and change. You will have a positive and strategic approach to advocacy, a capacity to work in partnership with diverse stakeholders and a demonstrated […]
17 February 2016 A parent has raised this issue to us this morning and the parent was very determined about getting Disney on Ice to provide interpreters for deaf children and adults. The parent shared this concern on social media, after getting response from Disney on Ice as their response was: ‘Thanks for your interest […]
25 May 2015 Victorian Hearing Attention: CEO Level 7/267 Collins St Melbourne 3000 email@example.com 25 May 2015 To CEO of Victorian Hearing Re: Advertising Campaign for Victorian Hearing: “Hearing Aids can be Ugly” My name is Melissa Lowrie and I am the Manager of Deaf Victoria. Deaf Victoria is an information and advocacy agency, funded […]
13 February 2015 Media Release The use of “deaf mute” in the media Deaf Victoria was saddened to hear of the untimely death of Mr Robbie Wright from a fall at his Ringwood apartment on 15 January 2015. Our deepest condolences go to Mr Wright’s family and friends and hope that your happy memories of […]
3 February 2015 Dear Mr Red Symons My name is Melissa Lowrie, and I am the manager of Deaf Victoria. Deaf Victoria is the peak representive body for the Deaf and hard of hearing community in Victoria. I have been informed that in your radio segment on ABC 774 talk back radio on Thursday 29th […]
HYPERLINK Deaf Victoria submitted a paper to the National Transport Commission in December 2014, for the review of the Assessing Fitness to Drive guidelines. It is also found on the National Transport Commissionwebsite here.