With expertise in delivering community-based services, we aim to remove the barriers to communication for Deaf People throughout Lanarkshire. Our staff consists of one volunteer admin worker and three qualified Interpreters. Our Interpreters have many years experience working with Deaf people. We work closely with our local voluntary organisations and community groups. Deaf Services Lanarkshire also work closely with our local Deaf community groups and Coatbridge Deaf Club. If you live in Lanarkshire please feel free to come and visit our office anytime between 10am - 4pm Monday to Friday.
Eddie is a retired schoolteacher. Eddie joined the Deaf community in 1982 through his marriage to his wife Liz. Whilst Eddie has limited Signing skills he is an accepted member of the local Deaf Community.
Liz McLuskey has been part of the Deaf Community since birth. Liz started her professional career working with Deaf people in 1985. She worked as a Social Work Assistant for the Deaf based in McIver House in Glasgow until 1995. Since 1995 Liz has worked as a Sign Language Interpreter. Over the years Liz has become a familiar face within the Deaf Community of Scotland.
Like Liz, Wilma has been part of the Deaf Community since birth. Wilma started her professional career working with Deaf people from 1995. She worked as a Sign Language Interpreter at Glasgow City Council Interpreting Service until 2011. Wilma became a valued member of our team in April 2011.
June became a valued member of our team in Aug 2011.Similar to Liz & Wilma, June has also been part of the Deaf Community since birth. June started her professional career as a Sign Language Interpreter in 1993.