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Welcome to the field! We are so excited to have you join the team. As a new interpreter you have a lot to learn. Experienced interpreters gave us these 7 tips so you can get your career off to a great start.
Language acquisition for Deaf or Hearing children is critical to brain and social development. Whether learning English or ASL, language is important.
A professional interpreter shares about their sign language interpreting ethical dilemma in a K-12 setting. Consider similar ethical situations.
A few from the MT&A team shared sign language interpreter pregnancy and childcare stories to help us better understand the support we can provide our team.
There are many cochlear implant considerations you should be aware of when deciding if a CI is right for you or your child.
Pregnancy and childcare for sign language interpreters bring excitement and concerns to a family. Hannah Hayes brings awareness to the working mother.
Sign Language Interpreters must consider their CEU annual renewal for their certification and license in Missouri so they are compliant with requirements.
Providing sign language interpreting for domestic violence situations is challenging. Be as educated as you can be to help raise awareness.
Everyone makes mistakes and sign language interpreters are only human. Christine Phelps, interpreting expert, offers words of wisdom about making mistakes.