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Established in 1997, SignTalk® is dedicated to facilitating communication, providing meaningful access, and enhancing the interaction between the Deaf and hearing communities in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Our Clients include:
School districts and colleges
Hospital systems and medical clinics
Corporate and legal organizations
Federal, state, and municipal agencies
Business and community organizations
Theatre and platform presentations
Meetings and conferences, etc.
WHAT IS GOING ON?
We are grateful to have once again been awarded a contract to provide services to ACCES-VR Region 1 (New York, Brooklyn, Queens, Bronx, Staten Island and Nassau, and Suffolk Counties) and Region 2 ( Rockland and Westchester).
The first Wednesday in May is Interpreter Appreciation Day. We appreciate you each and every day!
Between COVID, masks, outdoor dining, and zoom classes, we commend you all on adapting and changing and keeping it going. Let's get together virtually (bring a glass of wine) and discuss some of the challenges you faced this year, life lessons learned, adjustments that worked and those that did not. And what's next? How do you see the next few months? What are you most looking forward to? And we will share what's going on with SignTalk and what we're looking forward to in the coming months. Please join us on Wednesday, May 26th at 4:30pm on Zoom. Please click here to register. Approved for 0.2 CEUs. We look forward to seeing you!
Our extensive roster includes nationally certified sign language interpreters / transliterators (NIC/RID/NAD) and qualified precertified interpreters / transliterators.
Each interpreter is selected for his or her technical expertise, attitude, hard work and dedication to the consumer's needs.
SignTalk® provides sign language interpreters / transliterators to any situation requiring communication between hearing and Deaf or hard of hearing persons - thereby enabling organizations and individuals to provide equal access and the same services to both communities, in accordance with the American Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1992.
Each request is carefully matched with a suitable sign language interpreter, accompanied by appropriate documentation, and administered to its satisfactory completion. The process is continually reviewed and upgraded - thereby maintaining SignTalk®'s well-earned reputation for dependability, professionalism and quality assurance.