BSL/English interpreters provide the crucial service of facilitating communication between Deaf and hearing people. They are essential not only for events with Deaf audience members, but also as a workplace resource if you have Deaf employees, customers, or service users.
Interpreting and translating are closely related but are, in fact, different language activities.
Here, we examine both roles and the way they help support better communication for Deaf and Hard of Hearing people.
In today’s increasingly technology-driven and digital economy, there’s no excuse for creating brand and marketing materials that aren’t accessible to a Deaf audience. Here are our top tips for creating inclusive marketing.
Meetings are an integral part of working life for many businesses and organisations. They help keep things running smoothly and enable teams to connect and
When it comes to making your business, products and services more accessible to Deaf customers, where do you start? We share our top tips.
British Sign Language interpretation is one of the keys to breaking down communication barriers for Deaf and Hard of Hearing people and making your business more accessible.