🌟 Meri Kirihimete from Deaf Aotearoa! 🎄

All Deaf Aotearoa offices will be closed from2:00pm Thursday 21st December 2023 Most offices will reopen onMonday 15th January 2024 Please check with your local office for their specific closing and reopening times. You can still make interpreter bookings with iSignFREE text: 3359Email: bookings@isign.co.nzPhone: 0800 934 683Deaf Aotearoa wishes you … Read more

New iSign booking system

iSign are changing their booking system and there may be some differences in the confirmations, reminders and surveys that you receive when making bookings through iSign. The new booking system is purpose built and we have spent over two years developing and refining this to provide the best service possible. … Read more

NZSL Awards banner

What are the New Zealand Sign Language Awards Categories?

NZSL Champion: Recognising passion and outstanding commitment to protecting, promoting, and preserving NZSL.   Youth Champion: A Deaf leader aged between 14 and 24 who motivates others and strongly advocates for NZSL.   Māori Champion: An individual or organisation promoting NZSL learning among te reo Māori users.   NZSL Local Champion: Recognising individuals’ outstanding contributions to promote, … Read more

Tertiary sector experiences

Following the success of our International Week of Deaf People webinar, we were contacted and asked for more information from the young panelists about their experience of tertiary education. The four young adults met online again to reflect on their years of study. The video is a resource intended to … Read more

Be. Leadership in Governance 2024 Information Session

We’re excited to announce that applications are now open for Be. Leadership in Governance 2024. This unique programme will help participants to further develop skills needed for governance roles and learn how to be effective and successful board members.   The 2024 programme consists of 10 sessions running from February … Read more