ASL Interpretation

Our American Sign Language interpreters have several
areas of expertise including health, legal and education.

The role of the ASL interpreter seems to be very direct: to effectively facilitate communication between deaf individuals and hearing people.

However, it requires an enormous range of qualifications. A qualified interpreter must receptively and eloquently, interpret accurately and impartially, using all the necessary specialized vocabulary.

However, it requires an enormous range of qualifications. A qualified interpreter must receptively and eloquently, interpret accurately and impartially, using all the necessary specialized vocabulary.

What qualifications must an ASL interpreter have?

When is a team of interpreters necessary?

Many factors influence how long one ASL interpreter can interpret without experiencing mental and physical fatigue.

This is why at Language Solutions Team we can offer an interpreting team to mitigate interpreter errors in demanding contexts.

To select what type of service you require you should consider: