InwonersMijn kindTranslate your document in your language of choice
InwonersMijn kindTranslate your document in your language of choice

Translate your document in your language of choice

We primarily communicate in Dutch about our youth healthcare services, but as Dutch may not be your native language, we took the liberty to translate our 4 main letters and some questionnaires into English (see yellow buttons on the right). Should you prefer communication in another language though, we kindly refer you to the Google Translate app. It is an easy to use translation tool, which includes over 100 languages.

Use Google Translate on the web

To use Google Translate on the web, go to Google Translate.

Download and use Google Translate for Android

Step 1: Download the Google Translate app

To get started, download the Google Translate app for Android.

Note: To translate images with your camera in all supported languages, your device must have an auto-focus camera and a dual-core CPU with ARMv7. For technical details, check your manufacturer’s instructions.

Step 2: Set up Google Translate

Tip: In version 6.10 and up, you canuse a Dark theme in the Translate app.

The first time you open Google Translate, you’ll be asked to choose your primary language and the language you translate most often. To pick from available languages, tap the Down arrowDown arrow.

To download both languages for offline use, leave “Translate offline” checked. If either language isn’t available for download, it will say “Not available offline.”

Note: To download a language, by default, you must be connected to a Wi-Fi network.

Download and use Google Translate for iPhone and iPad

To get started, download the Google Translate app.

To translate images with your camera in all supported languages, your device needs to meet these requirements:

  • iPhone 4S and later
  • iOS version 11 and later.

Tip: You can use Dark mode in your Translate app but you cannot adjust Dark mode from the app directly.