Brisbane Aussie rules program run in Auslan helps hearing-impaired kids kick goals – ABC News (Jessica Stewart | June 2021)

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A heartwarming story about a Brisbane AFL team learning their team song in AUSLAN and ‘singing’ it for their hearing impaired teammate.  Inclusion, acceptance and respect are incredibly powerful.  LOVE IT!!

A Brisbane Australian rules club is trailblazing an Auslan-adapted football program tailored for young children who are deaf or hard of hearing.

Last year, a video posted by the Yeronga South Brisbane Devils AFL club went viral after players learnt the club song in Auslan and surprised a hearing-impaired teammate by performing it after a win.

Team captain Mia Walsh came up with idea to surprise fellow QAFLW player, Jamie Howell.

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A heartwarming story about a Brisbane AFL team learning their team song in AUSLAN and 'singing' it for their hearing impaired teammate.  Inclusion, acceptance and respect are incredibly powerful.  LOVE IT!!

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