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British Sign Language

Sign Supported English (SSE)

As a Registered Sign Language Interpreter(RSLI) I work using British Sign Language (BSL) and English.

I’m able to offer you an interview fluently in either language. So you can express what you want to be said at your loved one’s funeral without the need of an interpreter.

I can officiate the service using a combination of spoken and signed English.

Interpretation for Deaf families or for yourself

I am able to interpret for funerals for Deaf families. I can also interpret for you if you are Deaf and your first language is British Sign Language.

If you wish to book me for this service, please contact me directly using the Contact page.

Please read Dawn Barker Interpreter Services Terms and Conditions.

BSL is a visual language

BSL is a visual language, not based on the spoken language.

It is the preferred language of approximately 80,000 British people living in the UK. Many of these people are born profoundly Deaf or they might become Deaf, during childhood.  95% of children born Deaf are born to hearing families.

Sign Supported English (SSE)

As a Registered Sign Language Interpreter(RSLI) I work using British Sign Language (BSL) and English.

I’m able to offer you an interview fluently in either language. So you can express what you want to be said at your loved one’s funeral without the need of an interpreter.

I can officiate the service using a combination of spoken and signed English.

 

Interpretation for Deaf families or for yourself

I am able to interpret for funerals for Deaf families. I can also interpret for you if you are Deaf and your first language is British Sign Language.

If you wish to book me for this service, please contact me directly using the Contact page.

Please read Dawn Barker Interpreter Services Terms and Conditions.

BSL is a visual language

BSL is a visual language, not based on the spoken language.

It is the preferred language of approximately 80,000 British people living in the UK. Many of these people are born profoundly Deaf or they might become Deaf, during childhood. 95% of children born Deaf are born to hearing families.