Do you want to learn how to make a metal pendant or keyring? You can be creative and show your Deaf identity and pride by making a personal item for yourself. Tea and coffee will be provided. Bring your lunch.
The aim of the drop-in centre would be to provide an environment where people can come and meet up, have a chat over a cup of tea while at the same time accessing our free information and support service. It would also provide the opportunity for some of the more ... Read more
Alana will talk about Deafhood in her presentation, discussing your journey as a Deaf person, including Deaf history, colonisation, and audism. This information comes from Paddy Ladd, a Deaf researcher with many years of experience. You will be exploring these with Alana Best. She is Deaf and uses NZSL.
Do you want to get your driver licence for work or want to be independent to drive your own car? Do you find hard to understand Theory test & road code book and want to learn more OR you need to pass your licence or would need to refresh your ... Read more
Join us for a special discussion on iconic writer Katherine Mansfield at Karori Library on Thursday November 30th, 6-7pm. Redmer Yska, author of ‘Katherine Mansfield’s Europe: Station to Station’ will be joined by our Local & NZ History Specialist Gábor Tóth to deep dive into Mansfield’s words, travels and her ... Read more
We can provide: - Opportunity to have a chat and to meet other Deaf people. - Free information and support services - Advice - Translation support (e.g. support with reading letters and forms etc.) - New ideas for ACE workshops - Information about Deaf Aotearoa services - Information about assistive ... Read more