Browsing All posts tagged under »interpreting«

Anonymous: If people can register as a BSL interpreter with just a degree, the Deaf community’s doomed

December 11, 2014


Yesterday, like every day, I read my daily news from The Limping Chicken when I came across Jen Dodds’s article about […]

Meet: Craig Jones, who runs CJ Interpreting Service, which is Deaf-led

October 30, 2014


One of our newest supporters is CJ Interpreting Service. Here, Craig Jones, who is also Deaf, tells us about the […]

The Secret Deafie: I was livid when my Deaf grandmother had an operation without being able to communicate with nurses

June 16, 2014


Do you have a story or experience you’d like to share? If you’d like to write a Secret Deafie column, […]

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 association files letter of complaint expressing “outrage” over BBC’s Holby City episode

November 15, 2013


Following this week’s episode of Holby City, which showed a Deaf man’s daughter acting as his interpreter while he was […]

Jen Dodds: No, Holby City, children should not be used as interpreters for their deaf parents

November 13, 2013


As everyone knows, last night’s Holby City (BBC1 – catch it here on BBC iPlayer) featured a deaf man and […]

Benjamin Gorman: Community ID want to train you for FREE! And no, there’s not a catch

August 8, 2013


It seems to me that even though we Deaf people have been ingrained with the notion that due to our […]

Deaf News: Deaf Umbrella’s Rachel Hubbard wins South London Entrepreneur of the Year

July 9, 2013


Rachel Hubbard, founder and CEO of Bexley-based Deaf Umbrella East – a loyal supporter of this site – has been crowned Entrepreneur […]

Read: ‘Do you see what I’m saying’ in the Independent

November 27, 2012


Don’t miss this fantastic article in today’s Independent featuring sign language interpreter Rob Skinner and the issue of deaf access […]

Emily Howlett: “Will I have to give birth in a room full of frantically miming doctors?” My pregnancy list

October 16, 2012


Everybody has been closely involved with at least one pregnancy, although I don’t know how much longer that will hold […]