We asked Alison Dalton, Accessibility Manager at British Airways, to share with us how a training requirement for BA frontline colleagues regarding support for deaf customers was identified. And the process they went through to address this by employing the services of terptree.View case study
Houses of Parliament
The Education and Engagement Service in the Houses of Parliament exists to provide free training for the public, specifically for groups who want to engage with Parliament. This might include engaging with their Member of Parliament, a Member of the House of Lords, or getting involved with Select Committees. 80% of the time is spent working with target audiences who are statistically less likely to engage with parliament.View case study
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To allow deaf students to fully access the education offered at University it is essential to have qualified and experienced British Sign Language (BSL)/English Interpreters available. terptree provides all the BSL/English Interpreters for Middlesex University and in this case study; Disability Officer Sharon Rankin explains how the relationship benefits deaf students.View case study
Hearing Dogs for Deaf People
The Charity, Hearing Dogs for Deaf People is now 36 years old. Over this time, they have provided hearing dogs to thousands of deaf people. Currently, they are working with around 950 hearing dog partnerships across the UK and are looking forward to this continuing to grow.View case study
After the First World War many soldiers were left to fight their own personal battles against tuberculosis. In 1919, what became Royal British Legion Industries (RBLI), began helping thousands of Veterans who were discharged from service, to help them recover.View case study
Reading County Court
terptree have been providing BSL/English Interpreting Services to Reading County Court since before we began as a business – back when Victoria, our founder, worked with them as a freelance Sign Language Interpreter. Terptree was established in 2006 and we have worked with Reading County Court continuously until today.View case study
University of Sussex
We have worked with the University of Sussex for a number of years now, providing deaf students with local high quality Interpreters to support them in their study.
University of Sussex has been delighted with the consistency of provision, ease of communication and familiarity with terptree.View case study
Mott Macdonald is a global engineering, management and development consultancy focused on guiding clients through many of the planet’s most intricate challenges. Their network of experts, active in 150 countries, nds opportunities in complexity, turning obstacles into elegant, sustainable solutions. By looking at problems from a fresh angle, they aim to add value at every stage. And this applies to their team also.
Freeways are a charity that supports people with learning disabilities. Freeways have a number of different services; registered care homes, Supported living, Floating support, community support and a hydrotherapy pool.View case study
Within all services we strive to offer a flexible service which promotes choice, well being and independence. We have a proven track record and offer a consistent quality service to individuals.
United Grand Lodge of England
United Grand Lodge of England is acutely aware that all our staff deserve to be treated as equals; undergoing the same level of training and being awarded access to all staff meetings when appropriate.View case study
DSA Assessor: Claire Sorfleet
Claire Sorfleet, Consultant DSA Assessor, describes how terptree were able to provide
additional, specialist advice for a specific HI Assessment.
She shared that thanks for terptree’s insight, she is now confident in her ability to deliver a well-informed assessment for deaf applicants.
Shape Arts is a long-standing and successful disability-led arts organisation. It works to improve access to culture for disabled people by providing opportunities for disabled artists, training cultural institutions to be more open to disabled people, and through running participatory arts and development programmes.View case study
The Margaret Wix school vision and values are at the core of everything they do. They underpin teaching and learning and provide an environment which prepares pupils to be confident, happy citizens. They believe children should be the central focus and that, together with teachers, staff, parents and the wider neighbourhood a whole school community worthy of everyone’s education and support is built.View case study
Shakespeare’s iconic Globe Theatre in the heart of London, combines the work of the original Globe Theatre, where Shakespeare’s plays were performed during his lifetime, as well as the Sam Wanamaker Theatre, which specialise in more artistic performances.View case study
Royal Albert Hall
The Royal Albert Hall is iconic and has at the heart of its mission bringing life-enriching, unforgettable experiences to all. They hold 390 events in the main auditorium each year, 867 events beyond the main stage and they issue more than 1.66 million tickets annually. Within this, over 195,000 participants are reached through Education & Outreach work.View case study
This includes a profoundly deaf employee at MOOG. We got in touch with Nicole Rowland, MOOG’s HR Advisor, to see how our support benefits their deaf employee.View case study
Comic-Con is steeped in rich history. It is an essential experience for any comic and film fanatic. The celebrities, the costumes, the fun, the interaction is something special and not to be missed. But it can be hard to access these events when you’re deaf. Take a look at how terptree bridges that gap.View case study
Somali Week Festival
Somali Week Festival is an annual event celebrating Somali arts and culture.View case study
The 10-day festival is an integral part of Black History Month and is held across London in Oxford House Bethnal Green, City Hall, South- bank Centre, British Library, Rich Mix, The Broadway Theatre in Barking, Chelsea and Kensington Town Hall and The British Museum.
2018 was a particularly special milestone as the festival reached its 10th Anniversary, bringing together one of the largest gatherings of Somalis in the Diaspora. And Hanna Ali, Festival Director tells why terptree were, again, invited to be part of this event.