More than 350 languages are spoken across the U.S. Do you know which languages are driving an increased demand for interpreters? Find out here!
Oregon House Bill 2359 raises a lot of questions, not only for healthcare interpreters, but also for the healthcare industry as a whole. We’re here with answers.
Even with living in the U.S. for 20 years, a degree in English, and extensive training in linguistics, Helen still struggles with understanding the U.S. school system. Now imagine what it would be like for a recent immigrant.
Interpreting, perhaps especially ASL interpreting, is more than a job. It’s a lifestyle. And Pride is so personal for so many of us, it adds an extra layer of emotion and energy. How selfless of them to show up in the name of accessibility.
A final rule has been issued regarding Section 1557 of ACA. See how these new changes affect language access.
We talk a lot about CMS testing season, but CMS, the organization, is A LOT bigger than that. Get a feel for its history and the impact it has on millions of Americans.
Libraries are a safe haven for everyone, especially underserved populations. Anyone can learn, meet, or just enjoy a quiet, safe place. Art happened upon one shortly after immigrating to the States, and it changed his life. Read how.
How to deal when world events intersect with your job as an interpreter It’s a scene that plays out again and again. A catastrophic event, like war or a virus, is associated with a geographic location. People turn their fear into anger. On the receiving end are ordinary people — expats, residents, immigrants, visitors — … Continue reading Russian and Ukrainian Interpreters in the Hot Seat? Right Now
The language industry is lucky: It’s home to many, many women leaders. And we’ve profile a few of them.
Language has everything to do with the way we experience and interact with the world. These language activists are helping to preserve language and culture.
2021 was a great year for language access. See the policies, laws, and innovations that cropped up.
Take a little journey with us through the Horn of Africa, Guatemala, and Northern Mexico, exploring the origins of our newest languages.