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Providing Chinese patients the critical health care they need in their own language

Providing Chinese patients the critical health care they need in their own language

Katherine Mechanicos - Tuesday, February 25, 2020

 

With the Coronavirus affecting over 79,000 people globally, healthcare providers around the world are working tirelessly to control the infection from spreading.

The Gold Coast University Hospital (GCUH) have recently partnered with LanguageLoop, Australia’s leading full service language provider, to bridge the language gap between GCUH staff and their Chinese patients receiving treatment for Coronavirus.

LanguageLoop was able to provide GCUH seven Mandarin interpreters who delivered 24/7 coverage for the entire...

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Boom In Interpreters For Parent-Teacher Meetings At Victorian Schools

Boom In Interpreters For Parent-Teacher Meetings At Victorian Schools

Frans Moens - Friday, October 11, 2019

IN THE NEWS - The use of interpreters to translate parent-teacher interviews, student enrolment meetings and information nights is on the rise across the state.

Schools are employing thousands of interpreters to translate parent-teacher interviews. The number of contractors employed to interpret for parents in schools has exploded by 40 per cent in just five years.

Data from LanguageLoop, the Department of Education’s contracted service, shows the government employed interpreters...

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AEC and LanguageLoop Assist More Australians Than Ever Before in 2019 Federal Election

AEC and LanguageLoop Assist More Australians Than Ever Before in 2019 Federal Election

Frans Moens - Friday, May 17, 2019

 

The Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) is ensuring its greatest levels of accessibility during this year’s Federal Election, following the re-appointment of leading national language services provider LanguageLoop. 

For the first time ever, Deaf or hard-of-hearing Australians have been able to take advantage of the latest digital innovation in Auslan (Australian Sign Language) interpreting. Australia’s first dedicated mobile video interpreting app VideoLoop connects users to an accredited Auslan interpreter, ...

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