Update: Requesting an Interpreter for SW/DSP

Update from KDRC

DEPT. OF SOCIAL PROTECTION (DSP) – IRISH SIGN LANGUAGE
The Dept. of Social Protection has updated its website recently with information in Irish Sign Language (ISL). To view the new page go to:
http://www.welfare.ie/en/Pages/Video-guide-to-the-website.aspx

SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETING ACCESS WITH DSP.
The Dept. of Social Protection also has information on its website about Irish Sign Language (ISL) Interpreting access for customers meeting with staff. To view this information, go to:
http://www.welfare.ie/en/Pages/Translation–Interpretive-and-Sign-Language%C2%A0Services.aspx

These new developments are part of the DSP’s Customer Charter Action Plan 2013-2015.

The plan covers
·125 Social Welfare local and branch offices
·84 former FÁS Offices
·Community Welfare Services Offices
·The General Register Office (GRO)
·The Social Welfare Appeals Office
·The Pensions Board
·The Office of the Pensions Ombudsman
·The Social Welfare Tribunal

A number of statutory agencies operate under the aegis of the Department including:
·Citizen’s Information Board
·MABS- Money Advice Budgeting Service
·The National Advocacy Service

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