Deconstructing “Disabled”​

Deconstructing “Disabled”​

“Disabled.” Think about the image that this word invokes. For a moment, picture in your mind a “disabled” person. What does he look like? How does she get around from place to place? How would you describe his cognitive function? What, if anything, does she do for a...
ASL Interpreting: A Day in the Life

ASL Interpreting: A Day in the Life

Seattle, WA – There are as many as 40 million Deaf and Hard of Hearing people worldwide. By comparison, some estimates suggest that there are 37 million Americans who speak Spanish as a first language. If we can take a step back for a moment and look just at those...
ASL Customer Support as a Core Business Strategy

ASL Customer Support as a Core Business Strategy

Let’s say you’re like one of the millions of Americans who need their caffeine fix every morning. Now let’s say you’re traveling in a foreign country where English isn’t the first, second, or even third language spoken by the majority of the populace. You’re driving...