Karli Deaf Health has formed supportive relationships with Green Door Auslan, Deaf Bushwalking Victoria, GP Health, Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Deaf Victoria to support accessible deaf mental health services and to raise funds to continue deaf mental health awareness and education. Please read below of each organisation’s background information and their links.

Deaf Victoria

logo_0Deaf Victoria (http://www.deafvictoria.org.au/) advocates on behalf of deaf people to increase access to service, to represent and providing leadership to the state government and disability groups pertaining to deaf and hard of hearing people.

Green Door Auslan


‘Natural access through Auslan’. Green Door Auslan, owned by seasoned teacher of Auslan, is a versatile and flexible training provider that conducts workshops, courses and events in Auslan. Green Door Auslan’s methodologies are about identifying and building people’s strengths and to see students become confident in the many nuances of Auslan. Green Door Auslan’s scope of services can be viewed under http://www.greendoor-auslan.com.au/resources.

GP Health

Leonora White is a GP (family doctor) in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne. She has worked in a variety of jobs in hospitals, rural Victoria and Melbourne. She usually sees people with all sorts of problems – mental illness, women’s health, men’s health, children and babies with illnesses or behavioural problems, chronic disease, and preventative health. Many years ago she decided to learn Auslan because she thought it looked like a fascinating language. With Karli Health, she makes accessible GP videos in Auslan and captions on various topics.  She is passionate about people having all the information they need to be able to look after their own mental and physical health. You can contact us for more info at info@karlihealthcentre.com.au

Alcoholics Anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) – (http://www.aa.org.au/). Alcoholics Anonymous® is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. AA hearing senior members are running online Deaf AA group to support Deaf and hard of hearing people struggling with alcohol issues with Karli to provide Deaf perspectives whenever necessary. This page is fully confidential – connect with us if you feel you want support. You can also email privately. to Karliyogacounsellor@outlook.com.au

Deaf Bushwalking Victoria

Deaf-Bushwalking-LogoDeaf Bushwalking Victoria – provides fun and challenging bushwalks about 8 times per year. It is run by four volunteers sponsored by Karli Health.   Join Deaf Bushwalking Victoria group on Facebook for more info. https://www.facebook.com/groups/DeafWalkersVIC/