Lee Jackson shares her Deaf perspective on Dinner Table Syndrome and how it impacted her childhood and today. Consider this during the Thanksgiving season.
Deaf people use alarm clocks similar to people who can hear. They rely on lights and vibrations on various devices whether phone or special technology.
The UPS store in Olivette, MO is a local small business with Scott Campbell as the owner. Watch our interview with him about his experiences and services.
As a business, pay attention to Sign Language Interpreting service quality when hiring an interpreting firm. Services you hire reflect your reputation.
Sign language interpreters reflect business reputations. Consider, as with a phone provider, whether you want a cheap interpreter or a quality interpreter.
A Deaf perspective on Hurricane Irma interpreters brings to light how quality impacts this community of people and their access to safety information.
There is danger in not hiring qualified certified Sign Language Interpreters for events such as the disaster of Hurricane Irma in Florida (2017).
MT&A’s features an interview of a local small business with Angela Botz. View why she became and artist and what she does now in sign language!
The BEI Sign Language Interpreter educational requirements are different in Missouri and Illinois. Be aware before applying to take the certification test.
The value of small business mentoring is proven through our experience with Language Solutions, Inc. Mentoring has invaluable benefits for young businesses.
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