ASL Interpreter American Sign Language Interpreter
ASL INTERPRETER AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETER American Sign Language
(ASL) is a language used predominantly by the dead community in U.S. ASL is a complete and organized visual language that is expressed by facial expression, movements, motions with the hands, as well as lip-mouth movements in addition to other factors such as body orientation; all these actions are considered a crucial part of the grammatical system of ASL. Just like many spoken languages, ASL is a linguistically complete, natural language . ASL is the native language of many Deaf people, as well as some hearing children born into Deaf families. ASL shares no grammatical similarities to any other spoken language, and should not be considered in any way to be a broken, mimed, or gestural form of spoken languages. As part of our comprehensive language solutions, TransCultures provides ASL interpreters in-person, or via video conference to serve a wide range of clients in different sectors including community, schools, courts, hospitals or other public and private events. As the leading provider of ASL services, TransCultures provide a variety of ASL interpreters with a wide range of skills and proficiencies to accommodate the needs to comply with Title II and Title III of the American with Disabilities Act ADA. The ADA requires that title II entities State and local governments as well as title III entities businesses and nonprofit organizations that serve the public communicate effectively with people who have communication disabilities. The goal is to ensure that communication with people with these disabilities is equally effective as communication with people without disabilities. TransCultures supports a wide range of clients in the public and private sectors by providing certified ASL interpreters including certified tactile ASL interpreters to serve in any settings in-person or via video remotely to help clients communicate effectively, and respectfully with dead community, while meeting their legal and ethical obligations required by ADA.
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