Case Studies
Social PrescribingThis person came to see us as she as she had been experiencing Housing and financial difficulties and needed urgent support. This had been causing her a lot of stress and anxiety and was having a real impact on her overall Health and Well being. Through our Volunteer Linguists’ support,...

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Rapid ResponseWe are well known for responding to emergency situations, providing an interpreter on site within one hour of a call to our 24/365 emergency service. It may be less well known that we respond to urgent requests and are working a lot more at weekends and out of office hours....

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Bilingual AdvocacyHere is a Case Study from our previous Bilingual Advocacy Project which was funded for 3 years to the end of December 2017. We are hoping to reconfigure this service and to operate as part of a Pan Sussex Partnership in the near future – please watch our News page!...

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Emergency Interpreting – Case StudySunday 23rd September 2018 Emergency Face to Face Interpreting – Job Number 204539 16.35 – A doctor in the Accident and Emergency Department of the Royal Sussex County Hospital, Brighton phoned the SIS emergency service. Arran Evans took the call.  The doctor explained that he was dealing with a young...

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No one can help meEven the most solid blocks to progress can suddenly vanish, as John Pasture describes Redeen was a small, dark, wiry man from the mountains of Iraq. He was not – he had made this very clear – Iraqi. He was a Kurd (he pronounced this ‘koord’), and he spoke Sorani...

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