We apologize for not getting this posted sooner. We do run audio advertisements because hearing people are involved in booking interpreting services. “Business Owners: If you have a deaf or hard of hearing employee, job applicant, customer, or patient you probably need an interpreter to communicate with them. It’s federally mandated by law. Protect your […]
Burnout is real for interpreters for the Deaf
As a gift or a New Year’s resolution, learning American Sign Language is perfect!
When you don’t know ASL, how do you know if the interpreter you hired is legitimate?
How do you get in touch with deaf customers, patients, and colleagues?