Interpreter Access Program
Through the Interpreter Access Program, WANADA covers the cost of an interpreter or support worker during counselling sessions at our member services.
TIS and Access Plus WA Deaf are just two of the services that participate to achieve better outcomes for clients of alcohol and other drug services.
Access Plus WA Deaf is taking steps to manage COVID-19 and working to safeguard the wellbeing of clients, staff, and community. Commencing Wednesday 18 March 2020 Access Plus is encouraging office administration staff to start working from home for the next 4 weeks. This mitigates the risk of having the whole office working in one location where a potential infection could disrupt business operations. Importantly, this does not change the way services are delivered, but please be patient if things happen in a slightly different way in the coming weeks. If you are feeling unwell and you are due to meet with Access Plus staff, please contact them 24 hours beforehand so the meeting can be rescheduled.
Promote the Interpreter Access Program to your clients. Download the pdf Interpreter Access Program brochure (942 KB) and the pdf Interpreter Access Program poster (903 KB) or request print copies from WANADA.