Please Note: We now have a waiting list for Specialty Languages such as: Sign Language. Booking TIPS: Sign Language Interpreters have a waiting list as any ‘Specialty Doctor’. Always check with our agency first, for available time slots to ensure better booking options. A request online and/or via voice mail, is not a confirmed booking unless you have a reply via phone or email from one of our coordinators. We return all requests within 24-48 hrs and by the nature of the assignment. We appreciate everyone and look forward to many blessed journeys together! Thanks for opening the doors of communications to our community members who require proper Language Access!!
SIGN SHARES INC. | International
Provides Language Communication Accessibility Services For All Languages From (A-Z) With A Specialty In Sign Languages For Your Deaf, Hard-of-Hearing, and Foreign Hearing/Spoken Consumers, Employees, Business Vendors, and/or Patrons. 24/7 • 365 days a year!
Our Background: Established over 38 plus years ago, four years before the American with Disabilities Act came into fruition, Sign Shares provided guidance among the fundamentals of communication access needs for individuals with Deafness and Hearing loss when it came to discussing this deserved communities. | Sign Shares, Inc. is the oldest, professional, and unique provider of Sign Language Interpreting & Translation Services within the United States.
We have evolved into a full service, turn-key, solutions interpreting agency, offering a humanistic approach for ALL Language accommodations within: Education, Government, Legal, Law Enforcement, Medical, and more! >> We have paralleled 'The Capsule Group, Inc.' to provide: Advocacy, resources, and outreach, for people of ALL disabilities to participate.
~ We offer everyone best of both worlds! ~
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UPDATE: COVID - 19
VRI (video remote interpreting) vs.
Medical Based Question:
Is a doctor's office required to provide an interpreter?
Yes. This is covered under the Title III of the Americans
with Disabilities Act (ADA) Law. >> If you feel that you need an interpreter in order to understand what your doctor/health care provider is telling you, then the doctor/health care provider is required to provide you with one. It is a federal law.
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