This is a great guide to use when looking to employ diverse cultures. I found it useful that they encourage employers to research the culture.

Communication processes to accommodate diverse groups - working with people from diverse cultural backgrounds, including strategies to overcome barriers of language, cultural differences and how to create culturally sensitive practices

Simple steps in ways to communicate effectivly with people who are blind.

Vision Australia is a great organisation that helps vision impaired. It also has some great hints and tips of how we can communicate with any vision impaired clients I may come across.

This is life changing. All you have to do is type a word and they will provide a video to show you how it is said in sign language.

Signbank - 'Me too': For extending conversations during number talks.

An outline of simple skills your need when communicating effectivly.

Formal Communication including interviews, meetings and presentations - A good resource. Tips about giving a good, engaging presentation to whatever audience. Step-by-step guide to creating the best presentation.

I found the daily living aids interesting to read about.

Macular Disease Foundation guide to aids for low vision and other technical aids. A checklist of daily living aids that can be purchased without a prescription - Facilitating communication with hearing impaired

Great introduction to learning Auslan online and connectly with the deaf community.

Great introduction to learning Auslan online and connectly with the deaf community.

This is a great guide to reflect on when thinking about cultural barriers.

Barriers to Effective Communication Cultural Barriers to Communication

A great guide for employers to use when hiring and training culturally diverse employees. A lot of positive points are made about why ongoing training is important.

The Truth About Authentic Leaders - HBS Working Knowledge - Harvard Business School

This has some incredible apps that I did not know existed. For example the colour ID app that a vision impaired person simply needs to point the camera to the item (eg/clothing) and it will tell them what colour it is. Amazing!

Apps For Blind And Visually Impaired: iPad/iPhone Apps AppGuide

Color Identifier uses the camera on your iPhone or iPod touch to speak the names of colors in real-time. It's an Augmented Reality app for discovering the names of the colors around you!

An incredible range of products for clients with hearing loss.

Sonic Alert Sonic Bomb SBB500ss Vibrating Alarm Clock in Stealth Grey

Is There A Cure for Tinnitus? There is a Natural and Proven Cure for Tinnitus. Remove Tinnitus with These Proven Cure!

Great examples of simple communication aids

Types of communication aids - Scope Australia

A found the images so easy to interpret and along with easy to read descriptions on how to communicate with someone who is deaf.

Communicate With Deaf People

How to Communicate With Deaf People. You have several great options for communicating with a deaf person. The most common methods will be lip-reading and sign language, but you might also communicate using a pen and paper, interpreter, or.

I found the website easy to use and to search through the I-phone apps

You won't need to with these translation apps

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