State Deaf Sports Committees2018-07-22T11:12:41+00:00
DeafACT
DeafACTChloe Nash - Secretary
DeafACT’s mission is to support Advocacy, Sports and Recreation groups for Deaf and Hard of Hearing community of the ACT and surrounding NSW areas, to promote the recognition and acceptance of methods of communication preferred by Deaf people, to foster pride in the Deaf community, its language and culture, to promote Deaf sport, recreational and social activities for Deaf people.
Deaf Sports Recreation Victoria
Deaf Sports Recreation VictoriaJames Hale - Sports Development Officer
Deaf Sports Recreation Victoria (DSRV) was established in 1982 and is the state deaf sporting body in Victoria representing the deaf and hard of hearing community.

DSRV plays a role in putting deaf and hard of hearing Victorians in touch with various sporting clubs, and keep the community informed of events and opportunities for meeting new and like-minded people.

DSRV is associated with numerous sporting clubs, recreation groups and health and well-being practitioners and is always looking to create new partnerships.

Deaf Community and Sports South Australia
Deaf Community and Sports South AustraliaMaria Williams - President
Deaf Community & Sports South Australia Inc. (DCSSA) provides support to, and encourages Deaf and Hard of Hearing adults and children to participate in community, sport and recreational activities, to help them achieve healthy lifestyles and enhanced personal development.
New South Wales Deaf Sports
New South Wales Deaf SportsDebbie Larkin
New South Wales Deaf Sports (NSWDS) caters for those who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing people living in NSW playing a wide range of sports.

Our aim is to increase awareness among Deaf and HoH community, teachers, parents, coaches and the general public; the benefits of participating in sports. We are affiliated with Deaf Sports Australia with links to other organisations in NSW.

Deaf Sports Recreation Queensland
Deaf Sports Recreation QueenslandJulie Lyons - Sports Development Officer
Deaf Sports & Recreation Queensland exists to provide and advocate for equal opportunity for all Queensland Deaf and Hard of Hearing people to participate fully in sports, recreation and community activities that enhance their quality lifestyle and encourage personal development.
Western Australia Deaf Recreation AssociationMurray Nicholson - wadra@live.com.au
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