As our team gears up for another busy year, it is time to catch up on a few tasks that I had planned to complete last year. One of these was to post the 2014-15 Annual Report in order to share some of the highlights and challenges of the past financial year. I hope that you find the report interesting Read More
The TalkLink Trust is looking to employ a technician who has, or who wishes to gain skills in the area of assistive technology. This is a fixed term position for one year, however opportunities to extend the term will be considered. It is a fulltime role (37.5 hrs); although those interested in part time work will be considered. This position is based in Auckland, with offices in the pleasant surroundings of UNITEC.
The TalkLink Trust is currently seeking an Occupational Therapist who has or wishes to develop advanced skills in the area of assistive technology. This is a unique opportunity to join an amazing team in a growing and rewarding area of work. If you are a creative and motivated therapist who enjoys working with technology then this position could be for you.
Speech-Language Therapist TalkLink Trust, based in Upper North Island Office – Auckland December 2015 Currently looking for an experienced, motivated and effective SLT who enjoys technology to join our amazing specialist team in Auckland. The TalkLink Trust is currently seeking a friendly, efficient and experienced Speech-Language Therapist who has or wishes to develop advanced skills in the area of
Creating Communication Opportunities throughout the school day A practical course for education and health professionals, families, whanau and other interested people. This workshop looks at ways to maximise the use of low tech communication tools to support student’s expressive and receptive communication skills.
Following on from successful camps in 2010, 2011 and 2014, we are running another KiwiChat Camp in 2016. The campers are selected, and planning is well underway for this magical event which is happening in April 2016 in Matamata. Check out this wonderful video, voiced by Mackenzie Kench, an experienced AAC user. There are a selection of photos from the Read More