29.5cmHx21cmW, single sheet
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29.5cmHx21cmW, single sheet
Binder contains newspaper cuttings from Melbourne Newspapers in 2003; subjects include welfare groups and charities, drugs
White A4 Binder with Newspaper Cuttings
Binder contains Applications for Funding from Deaf Clubs/Groups 2007-2012
White A4 Binder with Papers
This binders contains a collection of papers with information on a range of Deaf related subjects: Hearing Loss In Paget's Disease of Bone, Hearing Aids, Access Issues (for the Deaf), Hearing Aids and Mobile Phones, Audio-Psycho-Phonology, Medications used in treatment of Meniere's Disease, Perfect Pitch, Musicians earplugs and Monitors, etc
White A4 Binder containing papers
Vicdeaf papers relating to the funding of Medical Interpreters 1975-1985
White A4 binder with Papers
VCOD is an advocacy / information community organisation, led and managed by Deaf People through provision of advocacy and information services to strengthen community participation and quality of life for Deaf Victorians
A4 Trifold Brochure
Closed Captioning for Australian Television a Discussion Paper prepared by the Australian Centre for Visual Television April 1980
Cream Cover with black spiral binding, 26cmHx21cmW
Marriage Register records the marriages at the Deaf Church Jolimont for the period 1969-1984
Maroon Cover; 33.5cmHx25.5cmW
Visitors Book of the Adult deaf and Dumb Society with no dates for early entries and a long list of names for 11 November 1956, the Olympic Games Opening. The last entry is in January 1959
Brown Cover, 18cmHx23cmW
The financial ledger of the Adult Deaf and Dumb Society of Victoria contains financial details of the land and building at Flinders Street and Blackburn including furnishing and fittings, bank accounts, expenditure etc
Significant as a record of the financial position of the Adult Deaf and Dumb Society of Victoria.
Green and Red Cover; 34cmHx 22cmW
Financial ledger of the Deaf Committee of the Adult Deaf Society of Victoria for the years 1973-1978.
Green Cover, 33cmHx20cmW
This register list the Board Members of the Adult Deaf and Dumb Society from 1902 until the early 1980's. The register also includes the Auditors, Executive Director/Secretary, Assistant Secretary, Director Welfare Services, Senior Welfare Officer, Welfare Officer, Social Worker, Lakeside Lodge Matron, Hostel Housekeeper, Secretary, Welfare Superintendent, Assistant Superintendent, Chief Welfare officer, Welfare officer, Principal, Blackburn Superintendent, Blackburn Matron and Housekeeper.
Signifacant as a record of some of the key personnel of the Adult Deaf Society Victoria over a 80 year time span.
Green foolscap folder with typed pages
This is a register of Deaf people with 262 names listed. The register is dated 1907 and the purpose of the register is not known. Details include names and addresses, age, employment, age lost hearing and from what cause, where born, where educated and in what method oral, combined or silent, religion, whether married or single, and how many children.
Significant as a record of deaf people in Victoria in 1907.
Black Cover, 23.5cmHx18.5cmW
A register of Burials (funerals) held in the Deaf Society Church Jolimont during the period 1969-1999. Includes place of burial.
Significant as a record of the funerals held at the Deaf Society Church.
Green Cover, 15cmHx29cmW
Register of Baptism in the Deaf Society Church Jolimont in the Diocese of Melbourne 1968-1980
Significant as a record of Marriages in the Deaf Church Jolimont.
Green cover 20.5cmHx33.5cmW
The booklet states this is as used by The Deaf and Dumb. Drawn and engraved by a deaf mute. Also accompanying letter from John Hallett of the Royal South Australian Deaf Society Inc.
This is presumed to be the first dictionary of signs in Australia
16cmHx10cmW, 8 pages photocopy
Information produced for the Hear Programme of the Adult Deaf Society of Victoria
33cmHx20.5cmW, single sheet
hear programme, adult deaf society of victoria
Newsletterof the Victorian Deaf Society
The Significance of these newsletters is in the detail of information they contain about people and activities of the Deaf community in Victoria and interstate.
29.5cmHx21cmW, 6 pages
our monthly letter, deaf newsletter
An investigation into the problems of the Deaf associated with speech reading and television. Produced by Inta Cirulis ,Research Officer, Department of Audio-Visual Aids, Melbourne University
20.5cmHx17cmW, 16 pages, 2 copies
speech reading and television, inta cirulis, department audio-visual aids melbourne university
Report dated 20th October 1980 on H.E.A.R. (now Hearservices) pilot hearing aid scheme.
Red cover, 30cmHx21cmW, 16 pages
h.e.a.r. (now hearservices), adult deaf society of victoria,hearing aid scheme
Paper No.3 Floor Plan and Description of the Community Centre of the Adult Deaf Society of New South Wales produced 26th April 1977.
26cmHx21.5cmW, 6 pages
adult deaf society of victoria, community centre of the adult deaf society of new south wales
Produced 19/5/80 to provide information generally about the residential programme and specifically for decisions on funding
29.5cmHx21cmW, 12 pages, 2 copies
adult deaf society of victoria, residential independence training programme funding
A submission by the Adult Deaf Society of Victoria for additional interpreting facilities for deaf and hard of hearing people in Victoria 3/3/76
Orange cover, 29.5cmX20.5cm, 6 pages
adult deaf society of victoria,submissionfor interpreting facilities 3/3/76
Two articles regarding sign Language from the book Perspectives on British Sign Language and Deafness edited by B. Noll, J. Kyle and M. Deuchar - 1. The Role of Sign in the Structure of the Deaf Community by Lillian Lawson. 2, The Influence of British Sign Language Structures on Communication Teaching Techniques by Martin Colville
Olive green, 29.5cmHx21cmW, 17 pages
british sign language, b.noll, j. kyle, m. deuchar, lillian lawson, martin colville
A submission to bring about the establishment of services to the Deaf who are additionally handicapped because of mental illness. Prepared by M J Chadwick 13/5/75
26cmHx20.5cmW, 8 pages
adult deaf society of victoria, submission to victorian committee on mental retardation, m j chadwick
A report to the Hostel Committee on the future of the Horace Bedggood Hostel. Prepared by J.W.Flynn 23/8/73
24.5cmHx21cmW, 8 pages
horace bedggood hostel, j w flynn
A report considering a model for delivery of services to the Deaf in the Barwon Heads Region
26cmHx20.5cmW, 10 pages
adult deaf society of victoria,services for the deaf in barwon heads
A report on Sign Language and Interpreting Symposia Bristol 1981 by J W Flynn
Green cover, 29.5cmHx21cmW, 52 pages
sign language and interpreting symposia bristol 1981, j.w, flynn
A study into whether the property of The Adult Deaf Society of Victoria at Jolimont meets the needs of the Deaf community. Prepared by Civil and Civic Pty.Ltd. May 1979
Spiral bound, 29.5cmHx21cmW, 92 pages
the adult deaf society of victoria, jolimont property, civil and civic pty.ltd.
A report by the Adult Deaf Society of Victoria into the current development and modelling for possible future development of H.E.A,R. (now Hearservice) , 2nd December 1980
Red, 30cmHx21cmW, 22 pages
h.e.a.r , hearservice,
A report by the Society on Social Welfare Services offered to the Deaf
26cmHx20.5cmW ,12 pages, 2 copies
adult deaf society of victoria, social welfare services
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