Communication services for deaf and hard of hearing impaired people.

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British Sign Language and English Interpreters: North East
Provides contact details for sign language interpreters working in the North East of England. Also provides information and guidance on how to contact, book and work effectively with an interpreter.
BSL Beam
Members only website allowing availability searching of BSL interpreters. Also allows the posting of requests for interpreters on a bulletin board. Linked to the Sign Language Bureau.
BSL Communication Ltd
Provides interpreting services throughout the United Kingdom. Information available about working with an interpreter and discrimination act guidelines.
BSL Interpreter
Female sign language interpreter. Lists areas of expertise, services offered and contact.
Clarion
Private communications service providing services with deaf people. British Sign Language and other communications services including deaf awareness training.
Communication Plus Sign Language Services
Private communications service providing services with deaf people. British Sign Language and other communications services. Also provides training in BSL and Deaf Awareness. Has 24 hour mobile text number for emergency contact. Based in West Midlands.
Just Sign - Interpreting Services
British Sign Language and other communications services. Specialises in Legal interpreting. Based in Scotland, providing interpreters throughout the UK.
Remark! Access
Offers a range of translation, interpretation and training services for service providers, to facilitate access for British Sign Language users.
Sign Solutions
Private communications service providing services with deaf people. British Sign Language and other communications services. Also provides training in BSL and Deaf Awareness. Specialises in legal interpreting.
SigningWorks
Sign language agency. Services offered include BSL/English interpreting, relay intepreting, translation work, provision of deaf presenters, deaf awareness training, speech text, deafblind interpreting, lipspeakers and notetakers.
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April 23, 2015 at 13:54:12 UTC
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