Liz Temple tells her story of interpreting in the Northern Territory
Written on the 17 March 2015 by Liz Temple
I started work for NABS as a freelance Interpreter. In 2009, I joined NABS as a professional Interpreter to improve the resources available to the Deaf community in the Northern Territory.
I was drawn to the role because of the variety of work and the opportunity to develop a wider skill-set with respect to interpreting and community liaison/development. I also enjoy a less urban
NABS service has evolved to provide services with a broader variety of specialists. NABS has had a positive impact on the Deaf community and their families. There is greater opportunities for independence, there is self determination through the provision of interpreters, and greater access to information about one's own health situation.
About: Professional Interpreter for NABS, Northern Territory
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