Browsing All posts tagged under »interpreter«

Council’s job advert for ‘unqualified interpreter’ leads to outcry from Deaf people online

December 13, 2014


A county council’s job advert for an unqualified interpreter has led to an outcry on social media this morning. The […]

Deaf News: American Deaf woman sues to get sign language interpreter for baby’s birth

September 1, 2014


Earlier this year, a British Deaf couple made headlines when they complained about the lack of an interpreter during their […]

Kimberly Brown: 15 tips for teachers who are working with deaf students

August 5, 2014


A friend who is a college professor asked me today what she can do to aid one of her students […]

Meet: Alex and Guy Orlov, who have set up cSeeker, an online communication support service

July 30, 2014


The newest supporter of this site is cSeeker, which is a new company run by two Deaf brothers, Guy and […]

How SignHealth have been working to give Deaf people interpreting support in healthcare – and how you can help (BSL)

July 23, 2014


This is a response to Andy Palmer’s article ‘ GPs should have access to video interpreting or STTR on the […]

Deaf News: Mock trial to examine if Deaf people can serve on jury in Australia

July 9, 2014


The Guardian has reported that a mock trial will be held in Sydney, Australia, to see whether deaf people can […]

Who cares about deaf students in higher education? A notetaker’s (anonymous) perspective

April 29, 2014


Below is an anonymous article by a notetaker who works with deaf students in higher education. Sometimes, stuck between a […]

Read: Deaf couple angry with hospital over lack of interpreter during birth of son

January 20, 2014


The Guardian has published an article today detailing how a deaf couple were denied interpreting support during the birth of […]

Dana Gornall: Why I became an interpreter

January 15, 2014


Sign Language fascinated me from very early on. I have a clear memory of being in the grocery store parking […]

Deaf News: Deaf groups complain after no interpreter provided at Ariel Sharon’s funeral

January 15, 2014


Which is worse, a fake interpreter, or no interpreter at all? Each add up to the same thing – a […]