Audiovisual information translated into AUSLAN

15 July 2010

The Commission has released information about ‘What happens with health care complaints’ translated into the Australian Sign Language (AUSLAN). The information resource is available on its website and helps people with hearing impairments to get information about how to access the Commission services and how the Commission deals with complaints. The information is aimed at both health consumers and health providers.

The Commission would like to thank the NSW Deaf Society for its assistance in developing this information resource. You can view the AUSLAN translations here.

People with hearing impairments can contact the Commission directly by using its TTY service on (02) 9219 74555 or by contacting the National Relay Service.