cSeeker is the shared vision of Deaf brothers Guy and Alex Orlov, and an alternative way for Deaf and Hard of Hearing people to source language communication support in education, 24/7 and UK-wide.
We aim to make academic life accessible through properly qualified and registered Communication Professionals (CPs) who have experience of the subject being studied, and who can be available at short notice.
We know just how frustrating booking the right support can be, and knew things could be done better and differently. That’s how cSeeker was born.
We’ve grown beyond what we could have imagined and now have hundreds of CPs on our database and have won large contracts with colleges and universities and major local authorities. So whether you need a BSL interpreter, lipspeaker or note-taker, and wherever and whenever you need your CP, we can help.
Talk to us about what you need today – and ask us about student mentoring and Deaf Awareness Training, too.
Guy and Alex The cSeeker Team
cSeeker is a communication support agency specialising in education for Deaf and Hard of Hearing students. We encourage block bookings from colleges, universities, local authorities and others, and can provide Communication Professionals at short notice.
These include British Sign Language (BSL) interpreters, manual and electronic note-takers, lipspeakers and others, all registered with a professional body such as the NRCPD, and all highly qualified and experienced. We also offer one-to-one mentoring to give our Deaf students more intensive help, by Skype or in person.
Many Deaf people, especially those who use British Sign Language (BSL) as their first language, prefer to absorb information visually. So while your website may be excellent, your organisation may not be accessible to Deaf or hard of hearing people.
Make your organisation stand out with a BSL video. We can convert your web pages into BSL videos presented by a qualified interpreter, and provide videos for your social media. Additionally, we can help with films for online training, as well as for business presentations.
Given that 11 million of us in the UK are affected by hearing loss, the chances are you will come across a Deaf or hard of hearing client or colleague at some point.
Our Deaf Awareness Training is available in three or six hour sessions, and shows you how you can best communicate with anyone with a hearing loss, gives you a taste of what living with a hearing loss might be like, and explains how you can make your workplace Deaf-friendly.