The Scottish Association of Sign Language Interpreters (SASLI) (http://www.sasli.co.uk/index.php) aims to foster and enhance British Sign Language/English interpreting services in Scotland. SASLI maintains a register of Interpreters (http://www.sasli.co.uk/interpreters.php) and encourages the training of those wishing to develop interpreting skills, thereby improving communication between Deaf and hearing people as equally participating members of the community. SASLI’s website contains a lot of information not only about how to find an interpreter and other SASLI services, but about BSL and other issues relating to the Deaf community. Most of this information is in BSL as well as English. SASLI is an advisory partner to BSL:UPTAKE.