OneTalk is dedicated to improving communication and social wellbeing for Indigenous Australians who live in regional and remote communities. OneTalk talking posters are IP patent protected and are the only independent communication tool that can deliver a controlled message, targeting a specific demographic, in several languages at the press of a button. Talking Albums or books and Apps extend the messages into stories and broader resources.
Communication in remote communities strategically requires tactics that address cultural and customary challenges with kin, skin and clan, as well as the traditional transient nature of Indigenous people. OneTalk has extended the communication tool nationally into any language anywhere in the world. OneTalk tools overcome these challenges and remove communication barriers for generations of people who have low numeracy and literacy, and do not speak English as their first language.
OneTalk assists in preserving Australia’s Indigenous linguistic heritage and supporting multicultural demographics in Australia with effective communication in their first language.
With 20 years experience working in marketing and communications in the Northern Territory, director Anya Lorimer believes that effective communication and language are the foundation stones for closing the gap and improving Indigenous disadvantage. Anya is the sole owner of OneTalk, which was specifically developed to create a platform to address communication issues in the Northern Territory. However, the products are now distributed nationally and a current project spans 52 communities across five states.
OneTalk is dedicated to improving communication and social wellbeing for Indigenous Australians who live in regional and remote communities.