COVID-19 Update

Video interpreting available.

On-site interpreting still available when needed.

Sign language
interpreting services

Rose is a Colorado interpreting agency, helping deaf and hearing people communicate.

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  720-232-8370
American Sign Language (ASL)

American Sign Language (ASL)

We have certified and pre-certified interpreters for every occasion.

On-site sign language interpreting

On-Site Interpreting

In-person interpreting ensures each party has the best possible experience.

Competitive rates

Competitive Rates

Our operating costs are low, which keeps our rates competitive and affordable.

Deaf interpreters and certified deaf interpreters

Deaf Interpreters (DI & CDI)

A native ASL user can provide a higher level of fluency necessary in some cases.

Nights, weekends, and holidays

Nights. Weekends. Holidays.

We provide interpreting services around the clock, 24/7, 365 days a year.

Amazing customer service

Amazing Customer Service

Our team is your team. We’re here to assist you from start to finish.

I use Rose Sign Language on a monthly basis, sometimes even weekly. Their scheduling team is wonderful and very professional. Their [interpreters] are out of this world and are very caring people.

Kyli B.
Medical Management Supervisor / Compliance
University of Colorado Medicine
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1. Request an interpreter

Contact us today with your request, and we’ll get back to you right away with a free quote.

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2. We hand-pick the right interpreter

Based on your specific needs and our knowledge of the local Deaf community, we select an interpreter who is a good fit and legally qualified.

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3. You’re all set. We’ll see you soon!

In the meantime, if you’d like to feel more prepared, read our article Using a Sign Language Interpreter.

We keep it simple

Don’t sweat it, we’ve got you covered.

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Our interpreters come to you

In-person sign language interpreting throughout Colorado.

Education

Preschool, K-12, collegiate studies, trade, vocational, etc.

Medical

Routine appointments, emergencies, house calls, etc.

Business

Staff meetings, interviews, employee training, etc.

Legal

Lawyer consults, court appearances, etc.

Special Events

Conventions, conferences, seminars, performances, etc.

Recreation

Youth & adult sports, leagues, community classes, library events, etc.

Social Events

Family gatherings & meetings, weddings, parties, concerts, funerals, etc.

Government

Short & long term contracts, hiring, training, meetings, etc.

Request an interpreter

Use this secure form to send your request,
or call 720-232-8370. Videophone?

We’ll get back to you right away with a free quote.

You might be wondering…

  

How much does a sign language interpreter cost?

Rose is a small business, and our rates are reasonable and competitive. Our average appointment is only $58 per hour. Your appointment may cost less or more, so please contact us for a personalized quote.

In addition to our great rates, we’re locally owned, woman owned, and veteran owned. These things make a difference when you want to save money and support your local community.

  

Do I have to use a sign language interpreter?

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) went into effect in 1990. For over 25 years, the ADA has been clear about communication rights for people who are deaf or hard of hearing.

By complying with the ADA, you’re doing your part to fight discrimination, and follow the law.

  

Why do I need more than one interpreter?

To put it simply, interpreting is not an easy task mentally or physically. Our industry has studied quality of interpretation in terms of length of appointment as well as frequency of provider injury. Teaming protects you and your provider on longer appointments and shorter appointments where the content or the language used by the participants is unique or complex.

  

Do I need an on-site interpreter, or can I just use video?

Until the Deaf community is as overwhelmingly in favor of video interpreting over in person interpreting, we recommend using in-person services. Technology issues, lack of familiarity with the content, and other issues make video interpreting an option of last resort. Rose only uses video in emergencies.

  

What is a “deaf interpreter”?

A Deaf Interpreter is a provider of ASL interpreting services who is deaf. They are experts in the art and science of ASL-English interpreting and provide deeper and more culturally accurate interpretations than what an experienced hearing interpreter can usually do alone. We work with them in high stakes situations and when the ASL used requires native fluency.