In an open letter on interpreter safety during COVID-19, the Certification Commission for Healthcare Interpreters, CCHI, stated, “onsite healthcare interpreters should be provided the same
Signs Of The Times
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Inclusive Communication Services is thrilled to regularly present, share, and discuss poignant, thought-provoking topics in our blog: Signs of the Times. Read opinion-pieces from professionals and consumers in the interpreting and caption fields; learn tips on how to make your organization more accessible; and contribute to discussions on what equal-access looks like in your community.
We all have a perspective to share; Signs of the Times is where everyone has a chance to share theirs!
Video remote interpreting, or VRI, is utilized in a wide variety of settings. According to the National Association of the Deaf, NAD, VRI is commonly
The ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) was passed on July 26, 1990. It is one of the U.S.’s most comprehensive acts relating to civil rights,
With people currently being required to wear face masks and face coverings in public places to help reduce COVID-19 transmissions, this poses communication challenges for
To operate effectively and meet the challenges that face modern society, good communication is a prerequisite for any successful business or organization. Languages serve as
It is important to practice inclusivity in all walks of life. If we do not, it will lead to some people, including those with physical
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