Information on Depression in NZSL
Published on Monday, 21 August 2017, 9:43 a.m.   Print Article

The good news for deaf/hard of hearing Kiwis is that they now have
 information available in New Zealand Sign Language. The majority of the website content has been translated into sign language via videos, which can be accessed in each section by clicking on the symbol of a pair of hands. There's also a specific section for those who identify as deaf, which discusses the unique challenges when looking for mental health support

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