We provide qualified Auslan interpreters for every setting imaginable across all of Western Australia. From community events like a 21st birthday or a funeral, to TAFE classes or workplace training and for complex matters like legal or health appointments. You can trust our qualified, NAATI (National Accreditation Authority of Translators and Interpreters) accredited professionals to ensure that both Deaf and/or Hard of Hearing and hearing individuals may fully communicate.
We are the only organisation to hold a Common Use Agreement (CUA) with the WA Government for Auslan Interpreting Services and ISO 9001 accreditation so you can be confident of our staff providing a first-rate and reliable interpreting at all times.
To book an Access Interperting interpreter click here.
Working with individuals with a disability and the people who support them has always been an important part of what we do. The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) has changed the way people with a disability access their care and support. As a Registered NDIS Provider, we understand what these changes mean to you as you set your goals, and can help you meet them.
The Access MyLife service can provide NDIS registered supports to participants across NDIS rollout areas.
We provide community based Sign Language (Auslan) classes that offer you basic skills in communicating with Deaf people in the community. In our practical and fun classes you will learn how to fingerspell, develop a vocabulary of basic conversational signs, learn how to structure sentences and more.
We also offer a number of opportunities to learn about Deaf culture, deliver Auslan classes in the Workplace and provide opportunities to practise Auslan with our Auslan Coffee and Chat sessions.
If you would like any information about our Access MyTraining classes or training packages please contact us.
The NDIS is a huge change for people who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing. Our Access MyNDIS team can help with navigating the NDIS and support you in preparing for your NDIS planning meeting or review, to ensure you reach your goals.
One of the best ways we can do this is by building the capacity of your support network. Our Information and Referral Officers (IRO’s) can help Deaf and Hard of Hearing people have full and equal participation in the wider community. The Access MyNDIS team have skilled and specialist IRO’s in Seniors & Housing, Youth & LGBTIQ, Assistive Technology, Health, Sport, Recreation & Training and Legal & General.
If we sound like a good match and you are looking for a service that truly understands your needs,please contact us to speak with our Access MyNDIS team.
Contact the Access Plus team to keep up to date about the rollout of Access MyCare.