Difference Between Interprete/ Advocate Roles

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Difference between Interpreter& Advocate roles assessment
Interpreter * Can only interpret what the client says to the service provider and vice versa, * CI is supposed to interpret accurately what is being said during the interview * Have to speak this same language as client * With no additions, no admissions, no editing, or polishing just says what was said * The interpreter provides a necessary cultural information * Cultural differences are leading to a misunderstanding and interpreter has to explain them * Independent of either the provider or the client, must remain impartial * The interpreter will maintain confidentiality and not disclose information * should not provide advice, an opinion, explanation or any other assistance, * Professional interpreters are keep by a strict code of ethics * Keep impartiality and must everything interpret * Can’t give any advice or make any suggestion| Advocate * The advocate doesn’t always need the clients to be present to represent them * Advocate assists the client by supporting them when they want to voice their opinion or concerns if they are unable to speak for themselves * The advocate don’t have to speak this same language as client * Mediate between client and Service Provider to make sure that clients are offered an informed choice. * If there are clinical or cultural problems they will negotiate. * To inform patient about his choices * Advocacy is taking action to help people say what they want, secure their rights, represent their interests and obtain services they need. * Advocacy promotes social inclusion, equality and social justice * Must keep confidentiality|


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