We were fortunate to attended the FIT Congress (Fédération Internationale des Traducteurs / International Federation of Translators) in Brisbane, Australia, held between Aug. 3rd and 5th at Brisbane Exhibition & Convention Centre. In fact, three of us at Translationz, myself, Karen, along with Lorraine and Katarina from the office, made it out to the conference and it was well worth our time away from the office.
If you or a close relative have a permanent disability and you subscribe to the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), you can receive help to gain access to:
If you are an Australian, disabled and under 65 years of age, you may well qualify for assistance under the NDIS. You qualify for assistance if you have permanent residency in Australia, or if you hold a Protected Special Category Visa. If you have a permanent disability which prevents you from doing everyday things for yourself, you can seek help through the NDIS.
Did you know that you can access interpretation or translation services though the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)? As a NDIS participant, you allocate your benefits to receive interpreter services. You can have an interpreter present with you to help facilitate conversations with doctor appointments, for example as well as getting help if you need to go to court. It’s important that you understand what a medical professional say to you and of course, you need to thoroughly understand what is said in a court of law. These are examples of occasions when it may be necessary for you to have an interpreter.
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