FAQ mobile

No, you can be anyone. You can be a person who is hard of hearing, a hearing person, a CODA, or a person with a disability. However, we do prefer to communicate in Auslan.

Auslan video

We prefer to communicate in our first language, which is Auslan. If you do not have Auslan skills, we can try and communicate with you as visual as possible. It depends on the program you choose. If it requires communication, we may need to appoint an Auslan interpreter.

If you are not deaf and you can sign Auslan, you are more than welcome to do a program with us.

Auslan video

No, you can pay out of your pocket or use a funding source.

Only if you need them to assist you in your program.

You are welcome to have your support worker or coordinator join your Zoom program if you wish.

We prefer ages 13 and up.

Our program packages are available as 3 or 5 session packages. Please click here for package pricing

Our workshops are available as both large and small group workshops. Please click here for workshop pricing

We deliver programs on Zoom and video calls. We can use:

  • Zoom
  • Skype
  • Google hangout
  • FaceTime

We prefer that you use portable devices with large screens ie. a laptop or tablet. Mobile phone screens are too small for you to see us and for screen-sharing.

To choose a program, go to our Programs page and click the BOOK NOW button.

To choose a workshop, go to our Workshops page and click the BOOK NOW button.

NDIS Supports

Deaf Chef Ross is registered with:

  • Services to Interpret or Translate another language [03_090_0121_1_1]
  • Social and Community Participation [04_210_0125_6_1] and [09_008_0116_6_3]
  • Assistance with Daily Living (SIL accommodations only) [01_801_0115_1_1] or [01_020_0120_1_1]



Our programs can help clients reach their goals independently to:

  • Increase food knowledge and make informed healthier choices to eat smarter and improve their health
  • Understand good nutrition, organic foods, and healthy meal and drink choices
  • Learn safe food handling and kitchen management skills they can practice at home
  • Explore assistive equipment and technology to increase the ability to prepare and cook meals at home


    Deaf Chef Ross is a registered NDIS provider: 4050034370
    Deaf Chef Ross does not charge GST to any NDIS-funded programs

    NDIS Worker’s Orientation
    Working with Children Check
    Certificate III in Commercial Cookery
    Psychology Unit (Certificate in Nutrition and Health Coaching)
    Certificate IV in Training & Assessment
    Certificate IV in Disability Work


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