InterpreterNow is a service that enables deaf and hearing people to communicate with each-other. We deliver immediate access to online interpreting for deaf British Sign Language (BSL) users.
The service can be accessed through any laptop, PC/Mac or, Android or Apple tablet and smartphone via the InterpreterNow App.
InterpreterNow can be used in the workplace for face-to-face meetings, appointments, in shops or businesses and for telephone conversations – where deaf people can call a business or service and they can call them back.
All you need is a good Internet connection.
InterpreterNow is a social enterprise, fully owned by the Deaf Health Charity SignHealth. Together, we are dedicated to providing high quality services to improve the health and wellbeing of deaf people.
InterpreterNow delivers services to…
The UK is a vast and diverse market. The spending power of disabled people and their families is worth £212 billion. This includes deaf people who make up 1 in 7 of the population.
Making your services accessible is the right thing to do and makes good business sense.
InterpreterNow will help your business attract thousands of deaf customers and recruit and retain talented deaf employees. Our service will enable your business to comply with equality legislation and, for health and social care service providers, the Accessible Information Standard.
InterpreterNow already provides deaf people access to many different public, private and charitable organisations such as NHS England, Police 101, Public Health England and the Scottish Government.
Find out how your business can benefit from working with InterpreterNow.
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InterpreterNow is a service that enables deaf BSL users to communicate with hearing people via an online BSL interpreter.
Using a smartphone, tablet or computer, you can download the InterpreterNow app, or go to the InterpreterNow website, and connect to an interpreter.
The interpreter will phone a hearing person or organisation for you and relay the conversation. You can also use InterpreterNow if you are in a face to face situation, perhaps with your GP, a nurse or a shop assistant, by signing to the interpreter on screen.
From 31st July 2016, all NHS and adult social care organisations in England have a legal duty to comply with a new set of rules called the Accessible Information Standard. The Standard ensures deaf people [...]
InterpreterNow enables deaf people to connect to an online interpreter via a smartphone, laptop or computer (iOS or Android). The online interpreter will interpret for a face-to-face conversation or via a phone call to a hearing person.