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Lynn was a successful social worker until she lost her hearing. Lynn’s discovery of the NRS allowed her to regain her independence. See more of Lynn’s story.

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Making a call

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Internet relay

I want to make a text-based relay call using the internet

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Captioned relay

I can't hear but can speak

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SMS relay

I want to make a relay call on my mobile phone

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Video relay

I prefer to make calls using Auslan

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Type and Read

I can't hear and don't use my voice

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Speak and Read

I can't hear but can speak

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Type and Listen

I can't speak but can hear

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Speak and Listen

I'm hard to understand on the phone

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Calling an NRS user

I want to call someone with a hearing or speech impairment

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NRS celebrates Hearing Awareness Week

The NRS is again playing a major role in Hearing Awareness Week. The focus of our activity is awareness-raising among contact centre staff around the country.

We expect 292 contact centres and 27,469 contact centre staff – including more than 5000 Optus employees in Mumbai and Manila – to take part. See more.

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