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Topic "Coronavirus" in Auslan - total 14 documents

Title: Coronavirus (COVID-19) - Auslan updates
Summary: This website provides regular Auslan video updates accompanied by a English text summary.

Title: Coronavirus (COVID-19) and changes to how the NDIS works (Easy Read)
Summary: The NDIA has developed Easy Read information to help participants understand some changes to the NDIS.

Title: COVID-19 vaccination - Videos - Auslan
Summary: Collection of videos, in Auslan, explaining Australia's COVID-19 vaccination rollout. Topics covered are 1) Getting vaccinated 2) Vaccine rollout 3) COVID-19 vaccine questions from people with disability 4) Vaccination stories

Title: COVID-19 vaccines - Advice on AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine Auslan (video)
Summary: Professor Michael Kidd answering COVID-19 vaccine questions from people with disability about who should get the AstraZeneca vaccine.

Title: COVID-19 vaccines - Dr Lucas de Toca providing an update on the COVID-19 vaccine rollout to people with disability Auslan (video)
Summary: In this video Dr Lucas de Toca summarising for people with disability the new information and recommendations about the AstraZeneca vaccine and the change in the vaccination rollout.

Title: COVID-19 vaccines - How vaccines work Auslan (video)
Summary: This video describes how vaccines work in the body after you receive a vaccination.

Title: COVID-19 vaccines - Medications, getting the vaccination in a wheelchair and eligibility Auslan (video)
Summary: Professor Michael Kidd answering COVID-19 vaccine questions from people with disability about medications, getting the vaccination while in a wheelchair and whether you must get the vaccination if you are eligible.

Title: COVID-19 vaccines - More information and support people at vaccination appointments Auslan (video)
Summary: Professor Michael Kidd answering COVID-19 vaccine questions from people with disability about where to get information about the vaccine and having support people attend vaccination appointments.

Title: COVID-19 vaccines - Stay informed Auslan (video)
Summary: This commercial explains how the COVID-19 vaccines are being assessed and what happens once the vaccines are rolled out.

Title: COVID-19 vaccines - Vaccine development times Auslan (video)
Summary: This video describes how COVID-19 vaccines have been able to safely be developed and rolled out quicker than other vaccines.

Title: COVID-19 vaccines - Where to get the vaccine and visiting family members after vaccination Auslan (video)
Summary: Professor Michael Kidd answering COVID-19 vaccine questions from people with disability about where you can get vaccinated and whether it is OK to visit elderly family members in residential aged care after you have been vaccinated.

Title: COVID-19 vaccines Auslan (video)
Summary: This animation explains Australia’s diversified vaccines portfolio, and reassures the viewer that Australia has enough vaccines for everyone living in Australia.

Title: Learning from home advice in your language
Summary: Information on how to best setting up a learning environment for your child at home, lists the student responsibilities, provides advice on managing screentime and online safety, how you can check on your child's mental health and wellbeing and what to do if your child requires additional needs.

Title: Stay safe, stay home (video)
Summary: Video message in 20 languages on staying safe during COVID-19.

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