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There are many reasons why we are the language services provider you need but here is a list of reasons!
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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.
NHS and Private Hospitals Cardiology Oral and maxillofacial department OPD Orthopaedic fracture clinic CAMHS social worker to hold telephone interviews Discharge CPA meeting for a young person Community based mental health services Probation and CRC Community rehabilitation centre Induction […]
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 […]
There are almost 11 million people in the UK with some form of hearing loss; Action on Hearing Loss estimates that the figure will be over 15 million by 2035 – that’s one person in five. BSL/English interpreters communicate between […]
One of the most challenging aspects of medical interpreting is interpreting for mental health patients. Mental health involves complex and interpersonal communication with individuals who may act, speak, or think in unusual ways. It adds several more hindrances to already […]
Learning how to tie your shoes. Proven at the time to be the most difficult task for your tiny hands and butterfingers…That was until a knight in shining armour taught you how to loop the bunnies under the bridge. This […]
Have you ever communicated to a deaf person using a sign language interpreter? Many would say that they have not experienced this type of conversation before, and certainly fewer can imagine how such a conversation will run. Effectively working with […]