Communication in ANY language
There are almost 60,000 people affected by deafness in Ireland today.
One of the major hurdles facing this community is a lack of access to quality Irish Sign Language Interpreting.
At translation.ie we believe in Communication in Any Language! The ability to communicate and be understood is paramount in any society.
Sign Language is one of many languages we also specialise in.
Our ISL Interpreters
We are proud to offer Irish Sign Language (ISL) Interpreting Services to ease communication for the deaf and hard of hearing people of Ireland.
At Translation.ie, we recognize the need for people with hearing disabilities to be able to communicate in their own language (Irish Sign Language) in all situations. Our interpreters are available for all Irish Sign Language (ISL) needs. No matter the situation or setting, the aim of our ISL interpreters is to ensure that the deaf or hard of hearing are allowed the opportunity to communicate and fully participate in their community.
Our primary concern at translation.ie is the comfort and wellbeing of our clients. We have strict measures in place to ensure confidentiality, privacy and dignity of all of our clients using ISL interpretation services. Our interpreters are skilled professionals who remain at all times empathetic, unbiased and impartial.
In keeping with the high standards across all of the services offered by translation.ie, we insist that all of our dedicated ISL interpreters have been formally accredited as Sign Language Interpreters or have been attending a training programme recognised by the state and are awaiting accreditation. This means that each and every Irish Sign Language interpreter on our team is carrying out their work according to the standards required by ISL signers and has the specialised training in order to fully meet your client’s needs.
Irish Sign language interpreting enables Deaf People to participate fully in all aspects of public life.
Call us at 01 6520760 or email us at email@example.com to book an interpreter now.