Sign Language Interpreting Services
Struggling with communication barriers? Unsure where to start? Get ADA compliant with a qualified sign language interpreter, either in person or by remote video. Request help today to get a quote.
All access communication using American Sign Language Interpreters!
WE ARE PROFESSIONAL
Sign Language Interpreters
A sign language interpreter is a person trained in translating between a spoken and a signed language.
This usually means someone who interprets what is being said and signs it for someone who can’t hear, but understands sign.
Video Remote Interpreting (VRI)
Video remote interpreting (VRI) is a video-telecommunication service that uses devices such as web cameras or videophones to provide sign language or spoken language interpreting services.
This is done through a remote or offsite interpreter, in order to communicate with persons with whom there is a communication barrier.
American with Disabilities Act (ADA) Compliance
The ADA very clearly states the need for proper communication with hard of hearing and deaf individuals. Specifically, the ADA states: …Therefore, any place of public accommodation is required to provide sign language interpreters or other effective means of communication for hard of hearing individuals.
We are proud to accommodate the ADA laws by providing you a clear access to communication for both parties.
Dear Friends and families, Please read fully because there are 2 different topics of what IS cancelled and what is NOT cancelled. With heavy heart, I am sad to report that “The Trix Bruce Improv Comedy Spotlight” is cancelled due to several factors. 1. Not enough...
I am thrilled to announce that Friends Interpreting Services, LLC is OFFICIALLY 8A AWARDED!! What does that means to Friends Interpreting Services, LLC? It means that Federal and State agencies will give Friends Interpreting Services, LLC and other 8a Awarded...
Blog #3 Deaf people can do ANYTHING except to hear. As I discussed in my last post, having an interpreter accessible for the Deaf makes appointments and gathering not only better for the deaf individual, but also for the Hearing. I can give you some personal examples...