A new service by the Department of Human Services (DHS) will connect Aboriginal people with limited English skills to interpreters who can translate important information from government departments.

Executive Director of Community Support and Investment at DHS, Ruth Ambler, shares how the service works and why it will break down communication barriers for Aboriginal people living in South Australia.

DHS is hiring Aboriginal interpreters currently living/working in Adelaide, Port Augusta, Whyalla, Port Pirie, Eyre Peninsula and APY Lands. For more information contact: 8226 6661 or alis@sa.gov.au