Kira is a proud supporter of the deaf community: we provide services to those
those who have both an intellectual and hearing impairment; several of our staff members are proficient in AUSLAN and we employ a deaf support worker and cleaner. In 2011 Kira entered a short film competition held for Translating and Interpreting Awareness Day. The aim was to raise awareness of the work of translators and interpretors, broaden its appeal as a career of choice and promote better access to translators and interpreters for people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. Our film was conceived and shot by support worker Tim Side and starring Program Manager, Carla Ford and member John Welch was a humorous look at the confusion that can arise when an unqualified interpreter tries to write captions
for the activities of a person with hearing impairment.
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It won first prize in its category at a ceremony held at the University of WA Business School. One of the stars of
our film was John Welch, seen here with his dad and Chris King, Chair of the Board receiving the prize from our local MLA representing Premier Colin Barnett. You can find details of other winners as well as the link to the short film shown below on the NAATI website.
by Clinton De Young
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