Frankie Berry is a member of the team of the National Chaplaincy for Deaf People in Ireland. She is married and lives in Dublin.
She holds an MA in School Chaplaincy & Pastoral Care from Mater Dei Institute, Dublin City University. She has presented a number of papers at international gatherings for Deaf People. Frankie is on several committees working for life and education improvements for Deaf communities in Ireland.
Frankie works as a Chaplain/Community Advocate worker within the Deaf and within the Deaf Schools in Dublin. She is vastly experienced working with Deaf individuals/groups within the Community. In her pastoral capacity, she accompanies elderly Deaf on hospital visitations and home visitations on a weekly basis.
Frankie’s work also includes ISL Interpreting of the sacraments in Church and provides Church Interpreting workshops to those who wish to learn to interpret the sacraments.