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Supporting Legal Services During Lockdown

Supporting Legal Services During Lockdown

Involve Interpreter has been privileged to continue supporting essential legal services during the UK’s lockdown. Our flexible BSL interpreting services has enabled Alison, a solicitor, to deliver essential support to a Deaf couple regarding immigration issues. Alison...

Meeting Labour MP Dawn Butler

Meeting Labour MP Dawn Butler

The 'Meet Dawn Butler' event was open to the public to ask frank and open questions about Labour’s policies, position and future strategies. Our BSL Interpreter Manager, Dionne Thomas attended the event and was able to raise some important points. Firstly, she thanked...

Journey of a Video BSL Interpreter

Journey of a Video BSL Interpreter

I qualified as a sign language interpreter 6 years ago and have really enjoyed my very varied career so far. I have always enjoyed community and medical interpreting as you are able to foster such great connections with the Deaf users. One of my favourite parts of the...

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...

Journey of a Video BSL Interpreter

Journey of a Video BSL Interpreter

I qualified as a sign language interpreter 6 years ago and have really enjoyed my very varied career so far. I have always enjoyed community and medical interpreting as you are able to foster such great connections with the Deaf users. One of my favourite parts of the...