Sign Language Interpreting
The Deaf community is a cultural and linguistically rich community, who’s primary language is American Sign Language (ASL). When communication is necessary between users of ASL and English, a professional interpreter bridges the language gap between parties. Interpreters are used in the following settings:
- Staff meetings, trainings, workshops & conferences
- K-12 and post-secondary settings
- Medical and mental health settings
- Legal and professional services
- Performing arts and recreational events
ASL Interpreter Corps provides ASL interpreters on-site or remotely through video conferencing. We will assess your needs and tailor our services to meet your volume and demand. Interpreters can be arranged for last minute emergencies, on-going meetings, and daily for staff needs. We will honor your preference for specific interpreters and work with you to ensure the interpreter is prepared for your event.
ASLIC's team consists of a network of interpreters who are primarily nationally certified or state screened, have licenses in their respective states and are screened for language and cultural competency. As certified providers, each interpreter pursues continuing professional development opportunities at officially sponsored events and adheres to our industry’s Code of Professional Conduct. These guidelines outline items that include confidentiality and behaving in a professional manner as dictated by and appropriate for your organization.