Complete Communication has announced that it has moved into a new office, enabling the company to expand its business and continue supporting its ever-growing clientele.
The team moved into Plymouth Science Park at the end of October to support the company’s expansion and cement its future as a provider of high-quality support services for deaf and disabled people.
The last academic year has seen exponential growth, taking on new clients and expanding the pool of support professionals.
Now, in its bigger office, Complete Communication aims to continue its growth and spread awareness about Access and inclusion across the UK, from Higher Education settings, theatres, the community and even workplace meetings.
Within higher education settings, the company can offer students a range of support, whether electronic note-taking, BSL/English Interpreting or mentoring, to ensure their journey through education is as beneficial and accessible as possible.
The team wants every student to feel like they have equal opportunities as their peers, and their support allows this to happen.
Complete Communication also offers workplace support through Access-To-Work and Professional Supervision. It aims to work with clients to support them on their employment journey and provide them with a high-quality service.
The team can support people who are in paid employment, about to start or return to a job, going to a job interview, and many others.
Find out more about Access-To-Work here.
Complete Communication also has an incredible opportunity to make theatre more accessible through British Sign Language. The team works closely with theatres across the country to provide a BSL/English interpretation of the show. So far, they have interpreted several shows, including Gangsta Granny, Mamma Mia! The Musical and Treasure Island.
The team thanks you for your support on their journey and are excited about the future of Complete Communication.