According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, last year only 19.3% of people with a disability were employed, while the employment-population ratio for people without a
Signs Of The Times
As a leader of inclusion in its community, Inclusive Communication Services regularly shares information about professional best practices and news within the Deaf community. ICS’s interpreters and caption providers are industry-leading professionals committed to advocating for better legislation, equal-access, and quality services in the communities we serve.
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!
The main goal of the majority of event organizers is to ensure their experience can be equally enjoyed by everyone. This includes attendees who have
The holiday season is a time to be enjoyed, to connect and socialize with friends, colleagues, and family. However, for people with hearing loss, social
Technology is continuously changing and improving. Technology greatly benefits those with hearing loss. So when new things come out on the market, you can be
It’s a Friday evening and I am dressed in my pyjamas, in anticipation of a relaxing night in with my partner. We have chosen a
As we move forward into 2021, we are still facing the same issue regarding masks as we did in 2020 – the inability to understand
Hello and welcome! You’ve had a Deaf client come to you and you need to provide access, or you would like to reach out and
The role of a professional sign language interpreter is to facilitate communication between signed & spoken languages. These trained professionals convert spoken language, such as
Let’s talk about Pride and Disability. Hello, I’m Rogan and welcome. There are links in the description for several black and queer trans organizations. Today,
There are many different types of accessibility for the Deaf community. Whether it is best to provide a sign language interpreter or add captions to
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