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The Journey of a BSL Interpreter: Craig Bartlett

The Journey of a BSL Interpreter: Craig Bartlett

My first experience with British Sign Language was when I was in primary school, watching the CSW at the front of the assembly hall interpreting what was being said. Then when I started middle school I became friends with another student who was deaf. While he was...

The Journey of a BSL Interpreter: Craig Bartlett

The Journey of a BSL Interpreter: Craig Bartlett

My first experience with British Sign Language was when I was in primary school, watching the CSW at the front of the assembly hall interpreting what was being said. Then when I started middle school I became friends with another student who was deaf. While he was...

Deaf Person’s Journey

Deaf Person’s Journey

After several trips to see my doctor I was sent to the hospital for further tests and scans. Being born Deaf, I don’t speak, and can only lip read if it’s someone I know well. I use British sign language to communicate and it gives me the freedom to express myself...

Council Housing Manager’s Journey

Council Housing Manager’s Journey

My name is Yanis, and I am the Housing Manager at a large council. I am responsible for providing housing support and advice, whilst managing a team of advisors and maintenance crews. Over the years we have seen a significant rise in the need for interpreting and...

Journey of a Nurse Practitioner

Journey of a Nurse Practitioner

My name is Nadia, I am a paediatric nurse practitioner at a busy hospital and absolutely love my job. I have had to deal with many families who are non-native and use a variety of different languages to communicate. I have worked with spoken language interpreters...

Deaf Person’s Journey

Deaf Person’s Journey

After several trips to see my doctor I was sent to the hospital for further tests and scans. Being born Deaf, I don’t speak, and can only lip read if it’s someone I know well. I use British sign language to communicate and it gives me the freedom to express myself...