We are Rose.
An interpreting agency,
connecting deaf and hearing consumers.
We serve a broad range of on-site interpreting needs in Denver, Colorado and surrounding areas. Rose handles short and long term needs for Federal agencies, colleges, medical and dental offices, businesses, religious organizations, K-12 schools, non-profit groups, family events, legal proceedings, and we even accept last minute requests as well.
We provide interpreting services throughout Colorado, including Denver and the metro area, Boulder, Brighton, Castle Rock, Colorado Springs, Fort Collins, Greeley, Loveland, Monument, Pueblo and more. We also serve the surrounding states of New Mexico, Kansas and Wyoming.
Our interpreters come to you; in legal offices, medical facilities, retail centers, classrooms, private homes, government buildings and more.
Because Rose is a small business, we can keep our rates reasonable and competitive. The average appointment is only $58.00 per hour. Your appointment may cost less or more, so please contact us for a personalized quote. Getting a quote is easy, and we service short and long term contracts.
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.
Just some of the settings we interpret:
We have professional sign language interpreters who can meet your educational needs from preschool through collegiate studies.
Our interpreters can assist with interviewing deaf candidates, routine business meetings, video and phone conferences.
We hold ourselves to the highest standard of privacy. Your medical history and procedures are confidential.
Our certified interpreters for the deaf are available for a variety of legal settings, in and out of the court room.
Schedule a friendly interpreter for your next social event, and bridge the gap between deaf and hearing parties.
We provide interpreting for conventions, seminars and trainings. Your message will be accessible to all of your participants.
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.
When you abide by the ADA, you not only stay on the right side of the law but most importantly you’re doing your part to fight discrimination. We can help you abide by ADA regulations and meet your own communication needs in a variety of settings.
We know that privacy is a concern for our consumers. Rest assured that what we interpret for you is sub rosa; confidential. Except where required by law, interpreters will maintain the highest standards of privacy according to RID’s Code of Professional Conduct.
Just as our interpreters adhere to a strict code of confidentiality, this site and our contact form are encrypted and secured using the SSL protocol.
After Hours Appointments
Communication doesn’t stop at 5pm, and neither do we. We’re happy to provide interpreters in the evenings and overnight, on weekends and holidays.