AD Communications provides Sign Language Interpreting as well as other forms of communication support for Deaf, hard of hearing, deafened and deafblind communities.
Action Deafness Communications' Senior Interpreter, Emma Stones, helped Leicestershire Police to create a BSL version of their new 'Police and Crime Strategic Plan'.
Leicestershire Police Chief Constable Simon Cole, National lead Mental Health & Disability Portfolio and Local Policing & Partnerships Business Area, commented that Sir Clive Loader, Police & Crime Commissioner for Leicester, Leicestershire & Rutland, has made the Plan available to the public on its website in original full text, executive summary, and Easy Read versions.
Sara Clemens, an employee from Simplicity (QuestMark), one of our patners for our exciting Red Dot Video Online business, has kindly donated £340 she raised from organising a 1980's music night in Derby last weekend, which most of QuestMark's staff attended!
Action Deafness is intebted to Sara for her wonderful fundraising efforts! Her donation will go towards making video presentations in British Sign Language for Red Dot's upcoming new website!
On the 1st June, Action Deafness Communications provided an introduction to mental health interpreting- a training session for RSLI.
We have a vacancy for a home-based BSL/English Interpreter to work with AD Communications & Red Dot Video Online Interpreting Service.
At an exciting time in our development, AD Communications is looking to recruit an NRCPD registered in-house BSL/English Interpreter to support our service expansion.
Annual salary (pro rata) is based on a two-day per week contract (dependant on qualification, registration status, skills and experience).