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The Resource for
Sign Language
Interpreters

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

  • Retail stores

  • Federal, state, and municipal agencies

  • Business and community organizations

  • One-to-one interactions

  • Theatre and platform presentations

  • Meetings and conferences, etc.

WHAT IS GOING ON?

SignTalk interpreters, Melinda Navins and Amy Cosmar, represent SignTalk at the DSA biennial conference in Hollywood Florida!

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SignTalk is a proud sponsor of the 2022 National Deaf Pickleball Tournament. Held in November 2022, the tournament was a great success with over 200 players from all over the United States and Canada!

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SignTalk was just awarded 4 new Educational Sign Language Interpreting contracts to Florida Public Schools – we now provide services in 10 school districts throughout Florida! Register to provide services in a district near you and claim a sign on bonus. Ask about our refer a friend referral bonus too! https://bit.ly/3dY3BhW

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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).

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.

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