British Sign Language (BSL) Interpreting
What is British Sign Language (BSL)?
British Sign Language (BSL) is the language used by deaf people in the UK.
BSL is a visual language that relies on hand signs, facial expression and body language. It has the same complexity as spoken language, but it does not use the same structure of sentences as in English, including word order.
A BSL interpreter facilitates immediate communication between you and your client or patient.
When is it useful?
BSL interpreters allow deaf people whose main language is BSL to communicate in situations where their interlocutors do not speak British Sign Language fluently.
Can I use Video Interpreting?
For sensitive issues or when communicating with a child or vulnerable adult about serious safeguarding concerns you should always use British Sign Language (BSL) Interpreting however, outside these meeting types and those detailed above, you might consider using Video Interpreting
Working with British Sign Language Interpreters
We supply BSL interpreters 24/7, 365 days a year. If your booking is not an emergency, please book in advance.
If it’s your first time using a BSL interpreter, watch this video demo to learn more.