Sign Language was made an official language of New Zealand in 2006. It is beautiful, expressive, poetic and sophisticated, with a structure quite different to spoken English. Signs are spatial, using direction and movement to convey meaning, and facial expressions to add intonation.
WordsWorthWordsWorth provides interpreters for Deaf and hearing people alike. We are experienced, qualified, and friendly interpreters working together. Our website gives you easy access to us. Our managers are expert interpreters too! We understand what you need because we have been there. We have designed our whole process around giving you the best interpreting experience.
Continuing Professional Development
We are serious about giving you the best interpreters for your job. We recognise that sometimes you need specialists who understand medical, legal and technical jargon, so we keep up to date and enhance our skills through our own training programs. Our experienced interpreters will be able to guide you through the process of making sure they are getting your message across accurately, whether you are an NZSL user or an English speaker.