Our Services

We provide a variety of communication services such as onsite interpreting, video remote interpreting(VRI), real-time captioning and more!


American Sign Language Interpreters

A sign language interpreter is a person trained in translating between a spoken and a signed language. This usually means someone who interprets what is being said and signs it for someone who can't hear, but understands sign. Of course, the interpreter also will interpret and speak the words which convey the meaning of whatever the signing person signs so hearing people can "hear" what is signed.


Video Remote Interpreting

Video remote interpreting (VRI) is a video communication service that uses devices such as web cameras to provide sign language or spoken language interpreting services. This is done through a remote or offsite interpreter, in order to communicate with persons with whom there is a communication barrier. It is similar to a slightly different technology called video relay service, where the parties are each located in different places. 


CART Real Time Captioning Services

Communication access real-time translation (CART), also called open captioning or real-time stenography, or simply real-time captioning, is the general name of the system that court reporters, closed captioners and voice writers, and others use to convert speech to text.

While real-time speech-to-text serves many with hearing loss and deafness, it is also useful for people whose first language is different from the language being used, and to understand speakers with different voices and accents in many group situations. CART professionals have qualifications for added expertise (speed and accuracy) as compared to court reporters and other stenographers.