Vicdeaf acknowledges the support of the Victorian Government.
Social Media Statement
The Victorian Deaf Society encourages an open and constructive dialogue with the public on its social media pages.
By participating in Victorian Deaf Society activity on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube or any other Victorian Deaf Society social media sites, you agree to do so in a respectful manner. The Victorian Deaf Society reserves the right to remove any content that is deemed offensive or a conflict of interest.
Items posted on Vicdeaf's Facebook page, profile and Twitter accounts are for information and news purposes only. They do not necessarily reflect the views, position and interests of Vicdeaf.
The Victorian Deaf Society reserves the right to remove any content that may imply health advice or medical diagnosis as these issues should be discussed individually with a health professional.
The Victorian Deaf Society respects and welcomes feedback from the public about our work and programs. Complaints about the Victorian Deaf Society will be responded to publicly wherever possible, but the Victorian Deaf Society reserves the right to remove comments that are incorrect or inflammatory.
Any feedback or complaints that are posted on a Victorian Deaf Society social media page will be responded to within one business day.
The Victorian Deaf Society also reserves the right to remove irrelevant content deemed to consist of spam.
The Victorian Deaf Society will notify individuals if comments breach these guidelines, but reserves the right to block individuals who repeatedly ignore the guidelines.
Our Privacy statement can be viewed at http://www.vicdeaf.com.au/content.asp?id=66&t=privacy&cid=1
This statement can also be read in conjunction with our Community Noticeboard Guidelines.
If you have a complaint or feedback the Victorian Deaf Society encourages you to Contact Us.