Deaf Inter-Link is Available 24 Hours-a-Day/365 Days-a-Year
Deaf Inter-Link’s flagship service, interpreting/transliterating is the process of conveying signed or spoken communication between people who are Deaf and those who can hear. Interpreting uses American Sign Language; transliterating uses a form of signed English. When you get your interpreting/transliterating services from Deaf Inter-Link, you receive:
Not all deaf or hard-of-hearing people use sign language. Our oral interpreters or transliterators will inaudibly repeat the spoken message, choosing words and sentence structure that make it as easy to lip-read as possible. Our interpreters or transliterators can also voice or voice-over the spoken message of the deaf or hard-of-hearing person. With over 29 years serving the St. Louis community, you can depend on Deaf Inter-Link’s experience to meet your communication needs.
Deaf Inter-Link has interpreters with specialized training and experience in working with people who have a range of both vision and hearing loss. Various visual or tactile techniques can be used, depending upon the needs of your customer or patient.