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9 items to include in your hospitals language access pack
It’s well-known that hospitals and healthcare systems must provide interpreting and translation services to patients free of charge to stay in compliance with the federal government, not to mention it's just the right thing to do.
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A Beginner’s Guide To American Sign Language & ASL Interpreting

Culture, Interpreting, Sign Language

We discuss spoken languages frequently on this blog and today we are addressing a very important subject that we feel more language service companies such as ourselves should discuss more often. We at iTi will continue to cover this subject in more detail moving forward: American Sign Language (ASL) & ASL interpreters.

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Annie Pagano
Annie Pagano

Beyond ASL Interpreters: Interpreting Options For  Deaf or Hard of Hearing Individuals

Interpreting, Sign Language

Your best interpreting option for someone who is deaf or hard of hearing depends on several factors including the skills of the person with the hearing loss and the situation.

The person who requires interpretation may be skilled in sign language or may rely primarily on written messages. Also note that many people who are hard of hearing can speak even though they can’t hear.

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Brandon Choquette
Brandon Choquette