Interpreting and Communication
We provide a range of Communication Professionals for Deaf, deafened, hard of hearing people and those with combined sight and hearing loss in order to meet their communication needs.
Our Communication Professionals have extensive experience in the following areas: Social Services, Health, Business Meetings, Community, Legal and Employment.
What is a communication professional?
A Communication Professional works with Deaf, deafened, hard of hearing or people with combined sight and hearing loss. The services available include:
- British Sign Language/English Interpreters
- Interpreters for those with combined sight and hearing loss
- Deaf Translators
- Electronic/Manual Notetakers
- Speech-to-Text Reporters
- Remote Video Communicators
We have our own extensive database of Communication Professionals. Our Sign Language Interpreters and Deaf Translators are NRCPD registered and regulated. We use our in-depth knowledge and experience to match clients with the most appropriate Communication Professional for the assignment. We are familiar with various funding streams, including Access to Work and Social Care Personal budgets. Please contact us to find out more about how we can work together. Download our booking form and charges from this link or to receive a word version of this document then please email us here.
What sort of bookings do we cover?
- Work meetings
- Voluntary work/apprenticeships
- Legal appointments
- Hospital/GP appointments
- Mental Health appointments
- Social Care Meetings
- Training courses
- School meetings
- Public meetings
Can’t see what you want covered on this list? Please contact us to find out if we can cover your booking. You can email: firstname.lastname@example.org or tel: 01372 869967.