What is Key Word Sign?
Key Word Sign is the use of manual signs and natural gesture to support communication.
Key Word Sign is used to encourage and support language development in children and adults with communication difficulties.
How to start using Key Word Sign?
Learning different signs and how to use them for communication is the best way to learn
Key Word Sign.
Key Word Sign Victoria runs “Getting started” sign workshops in Melbourne, Geelong and some regional centres. These workshops give you an excellent interactive signing experience. Workshops are usually held as 1 day workshops or 2 x half day workshops.
2017 Calendar workshop dates
Registration Brochure for workshops in 2016 available now.
Next workshop is....
Saturday 6 May in Narre Warren
Please email email@example.com with any questions.
Calendar workshops only contact details:
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or
Phone us 0499 522 711 with your enquiry about
Closing date for workshops
One week prior to the workshop you want to attend.
Questions? Please email email@example.com
Run a workshop for your own home or workplace or kinder or school. Choose the date, time and venue that suits you.
Find out more about Key Word Sign
Look out for us at Expos and conferences.
The next Victorian Expo is at
Our Choice Expo. Run by VALID
All about the NDIS
State Basketball Centre,
291 George St., Wantirna South
Wednesday, 7th June 2017
10.30am - 4.00pm
Key Word Sign Australia has conference exhibits at
AGOSCI Inc 17-20 May 2017, Melbourne
Speech Pathology Australia- 28 May- 1 June 2017, Sydney.
Book training for your own site
Family training session.
Invite people important to the person you support.
Like, mum, dad, siblings, grandma, grandpa, aunties, uncles, cousins, friends, support workers, integration teacher, teacher, swimming instructor, neighbour, physio, OT, speech pathologist, etc.
Whole team training
Invite all the staff. Include teachers, integration aides or support workers, CEO, admin staff, cleaners, school bus drivers, regular taxi drivers, OT, psychologist, physio, speech patholgoist, NDIS planner etc.