Why are Interpreters Important in Health and Social Care? 

Interpreting information from one language to another takes a lot more than just being bilingual. It takes years of learning the profession of interpreting, practicing, and being a part of the culture to fully comprehend its language and become a professional high-quality interpreter.    Who is an Interpreter? How does an Interpreter Work?   An […]

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Telephonic Interpreting Services: Gateway. Phone Interpreters

Telephonic Interpreting Services Connect with professional interpreters on-demand for over the phone interpretation in over 200 languages Schedule Your Consultation Google Play The App Store Telephonic Interpreting Services, is an on-demand professional telephone interpretation service in over 200 languages and is also called Over-the-Phone interpreting or OPI, it is a convenient service that lets you […]

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ASL Interpreters

White House & President Trump sued for not using sign language interpreters at Coronavirus briefings

The National Association of the Deaf and several deaf people have sued the White House and President Trump, claiming that the lack of American Sign Language (ASL) Interpreters at administration pandemic briefings violates federal disability discrimination law and the U.S. Constitution’s free speech guarantees. The Suit in Federal Court The suit was filed in federal […]

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Trends in Hiring and Maintaining a Pool of Interpreters and Translators

Hiring and maintaining a sufficient pool of qualified interpreters and translators is crucial to the success of any language company, whether you’re a multimillion international firm or a one-person operation. To be an effective interpreter and translator takes time, skill, and training, as well as ongoing learning and skill-building. It’s not an easy occupation and […]

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Legal Language Services. Court Interpreters and Translators

Legal Language Services We speak fluent legalese, too! Request Information In the U.S., language access in the courtroom and other legal settings is not only the right thing to do for the parties involved in the lawsuit, it’s also the law.  Our network of qualified and certified court interpreters and translators have decades of experience […]

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The Justice Department Says Not Enough ASL Interpreters? That’s a Problem

The Justice Department Says Not Enough ASL Interpreters? That’s a Problem!

On June 11, 2018, the U.S. Justice Department (DOJ) announced an Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) settlement with the Washington Health Care Authority (HCA).  HCA has been assisting health care providers in Washington by providing them with sign language interpreters for Medicaid appointments at state expense. In Washington, these appointments come under the State’s Apple […]

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How to improve Cultural Awareness for interpreters

How to Improve Cultural Awareness for Interpreters

Robin Byers- Pierce is a VRI Manager for Bromberg & Associates and a professional American Sign Language (ASL) interpreter. In this piece, Robin offers her perspective on how to effectively communicate to people who are deaf and limited English proficient (LEP).  Check out our interview with Robin about her work with the Silent Network, the […]

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