2. Have fun with your whānau, family, and friends by learning your name and teaching others theirs! Find a PDF of the NZSL alphabet and lots more information on the NZSL Week website.
3. Take advantage of the Learn NZSL website, a free learning portal that can help you with signing in everyday situations.
4. What if a Deaf person finds themselves in a medical situation? The NZSL Week has a useful PDF with essential signs for when someone is unwell.
5. Finally, have you met Sign Boy? Check him out and other cool videos on Deaf Aotearoa - YouTube to learn a thing or two. The channel works closely with Deaf communities, government agencies and other organisations to increase awareness, promote NZSL and strengthen the rights of Deaf people.