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We are excited to launch our Venture Day dedicated to deaf and hard of hearing Secondary school students. This day of adventure is a unique opportunity to meet your peers, make new friends, enjoy physical activities, build confidence, and have a lot of fun. Venture Day will take place during school holidays in 2022 at an adventure park in Victoria. Register your interest now!


Deaf Children Australia's Venture Day is for deaf and hard of hearing Year 10-12 students. This full day socialising event is a great way to meet your peers, mentors, and special guests. You will be introduced to a welcoming community, learn more about what it means to be deaf or hard of hearing, and make new friends by taking part in loads of exciting activities.


To be advised


To be advised


Deaf and hard of hearing Secondary School students


Venture Day will have Auslan interpreters.



Attendance at DCA events may be covered with funding from your NDIS Plan..

To help with the inclusion of social participation events in your NDIS, the following goals may help:

Goal 1 - I would like to improve my communication skills so I can participate in social and community activities and create new relationships.
Goal 2 - I would like to develop positive self-esteem, confidence and my deaf identity so I can be more independent and accept my difficulties and differences.
Goal 3 - I would like to reduce my social isolation through improving my social skills to increase my social and community participation.

When planning or reviewing your NDIS plan it can be beneficial to mention social participation events and their benefits with your child’s support network (Paediatrician, Psychologist, Occupational Therapist, Speech Pathologist etc.) and recommend a camp in their report for your NDIS planning meeting.

All activities help to build participants capacity building and independence as well as building communication, teamwork, self-esteem, self-care and relationship building.

DCA Venture Day would provide or the participant:
* An opportunity to improve communication skills and practice Auslan.
* Independence: Participants will learn to plan and make decisions, and to take responsibility for themselves, including completing daily tasks, making decisions and problem solving.
* An opportunity to work towards participating in social and community events independently (with the assistance of support workers).



Contact details

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Escape to the Farm

A family excursion to the Collingwood Children's Farm. Visit the farm, connect with other families - sharing experiences, making new connections.

Tennis with Friends (12-17yrs)

Come and join us for a fun group tennis session at the Victorian Tennis Academy in South Yarra. If you are new to the sport or want to develop your skills, come along. 

Chase the Thrill

A fun-filled afternoon for deaf and hard of hearing people aged 12-17 at Melbourne's iconic Luna Park. A great opportunity to enjoy the rides and meet and connect with your peers. 

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