Many deaf or hard-of-hearing people struggle to understand others behind masks as it does not allow them to lip read or focus on facial expressions to judge a situation.
We are proud to announce that we have been awarded the Best Telephone Interpreting Company 2020 by SME Enterprise Awards.
During lockdown, there has been an evident shift of interpreting services moving from in person to online due to the Coronavirus. Telephone and video interpreting methods were already existing but not used as excessively as they are today. These remote […]
COVID-19 has impacted everyone. Jobs have been cut and linguists are needed more than ever but are out of work themselves.
As England slowly lifts lockdown restrictions after strict guidelines for the last three months, many have been impacted in different ways. One of the most prominent ways is a negative affect on mental health. Childline is the country’s best-known service for child […]
As a linguistic company, we feel it is our duty to help overcome barriers and support different communities. There is a gap in communication during Covid-19 as there are no BSL interpreters present for briefings by the government these past […]
Telephone interpreting works in much the same way as face-to-face interpreting, only without the need for the participants to physically be in the same place. Telephone interpreting can be carried out in a number of ways: 2 way phone call […]
The Coronavirus has taken utmost importance recently. It is spreading globally, affecting many people of different ages, halting day-to-day activities and causing the cancellation of events. Hand sanitisers are sold out, along with people fighting for toilet paper in supermarkets […]
Healthwatch released a report in January 2020 on an investigation they completed on the reality of interpreting for refugees and how effective services were in the North Yorkshire region. There were insights from 49 refugees in total, along with 25 […]
This week marks Children’s Mental Health Week which is in it’s sixth year running. Mental health is important for all ages but the focus on children and young adults is necessary. Creating awareness is the first step to allow children […]