Access to language services is a human right. Find out how interpreters are helping to give a voice to those seeking to establish a right to services others take for granted.
In 2015, Indiana courts heard 14,000 cases requiring an interpreter. On-site wasn’t always available, so the state adopted VRI. (See what other state did, too.)
How Language Access Amplifies the Efficacy of Other ACA Related Programs Whatever happens with the Affordable Care Act (ACA), it’s time for us to take a look at the law and all the programs tied to it, determine what worked, and figure out how the successful features of the law can be further integrated into… Continue reading Speaking of Your Health: Communication and The Affordable Care Act