Providing Accredited Auslan Sign Language Interpreters Australia Wide

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Professional and Government Services 

NICSS provides qualified Interpreters to professional service providers and government agencies that make an appointment with anyone who uses Sign Language to communicate. 

A Sign Language user can be either a Deaf adult or a Deaf child and includes situations where the appointment is with a hearing child/minor and the accompanying parent/guardian is Deaf.

NICSS will always provide a quote for approval before proceeding with a booking.

NICSS service is STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL and information discussed at the appointment remains between the Professional and their Client.

We book the most appropriately qualified Interpreter depending on the nature of the appointment.

It is in the best interest of both the Professional Service Provider and the Deaf Consumer to have a qualified Interpreter present at an appointment for legal and other reasons, including informed consent.

 

Contact NICSS today for a no obligation quote.

 

Services Covered By NICSS

Some examples of the services where you can book a NICSS Interpreter are:

  • Public Hospitals*
    • Doctor appointment
    • Outpatient Clinics
    • On the Ward
    • Overnight Stays
    • Emergency Department
  • Private Hospitals*
    • On the Ward
    • Overnight Stays
  • National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIS) Planning and Review Meetings
  • Accountants
  • Conferences, Meetings and Events
  • Education
  • Employment
  • Financial Advice
  • Legal / Mediation
  • Police Matters
  • Translation Services
    (English to Auslan)

*Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Sign Language users. All interpreting services for public and private health care appointments are FREE.

 

NDIS - are you or your client eligible?

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) provides support to people with a disability in Australia. NICSS is a registered service provider with the NDIS. If you are Deaf, under 65 and living in a NDIS site, you may be eligible for a NDIS Plan. People with a NDIS Plan may have interpreting services included in their Plan.  Visit our NDIS page for further information.

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