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CASE STUDY: Non-Profit Turns to Video Interpreting to Expand Services

Posted by The LanguageLine Solutions Team on November 30, 2019

Family Services of Northern Alabama (FSNA) is a non-profit that seeks to teach, empower, advocate, and liberate through education, resource networking, and providing advocacy for victims of sexual assault.

The organization recently unveiled its new addition – LanguageLine’s Interpreter on Wheels. The devices, which were gifted to the organization by the Alabama Coalition Against Rape (ACAR) – allows FSNA to instantly reach live, professional interpreters in more than 240 languages – including video interpreters in 37 languages – at the touch of a button. The Interpreter on Wheels is an on-demand video remote interpreting (VRI) tool that features a tablet mounted to a rolling stand for increased mobility.

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NEW EBOOK: Five Criteria You Need To Know When Evaluating Interpreting Agencies

Posted by Phil Speciale on October 7, 2019

More than ever before, language services providers (LSPs) are essential partners in managing and growing modern organizations that welcome all people, regardless of language, culture, or ability.

Here’s why:

One in five U.S. households speaks a language other than English at home. That’s more than 65 million people. Another 10 million are Deaf or Hard of Hearing. There are more than 350 languages currently spoken in the U.S.

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WEBINAR: Do Healthcare Providers Fully Understand Their Responsibilities to the Deaf and Hard of Hearing?

Posted by The LanguageLine Solutions Team on October 1, 2019

Hospitals and other healthcare organizations frequently grapple with understanding and fulfilling their communication responsibilities to patients who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

To help healthcare organizations achieve compliance, we are offering a webinar titled “Healthcare Providers: Understanding Communication Responsibilities to Patients Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing.”

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