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Reducing Stress as Sign Language Interpreters ~ Authored by Amy Miller Reducing stress as Sign Language Interpreters is critical; we MUST take care of ourselves on and off the job. Without trying to sound like everyone else out there, I’d like to offer...
BEI Sign Language Interpreting test preparation advice is critical for peace of mind when working on passing an interpreter certification test. Anna Pitchford shares her knowledge and experience preparing to take the TEP.
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The Missouri Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf supports the growth of the the sign language interpreting profession. Amy Miller shares her experience.
Hospital indemnity coverage is an important benefit to consider especially with the rate of debt incurred during hospital stays.
The BEI Sign Language Interpreter educational requirements are different in Missouri and Illinois. Be aware before applying to take the certification test.
The Missouri Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing provides advocacy resources and support for Deaf, Hard of Hearing, and hearing communities.
MT&A was chosen as one of the Future 50 Small Businesses in St. Louis by Small Business Monthly. But why does this matter, and why is quality important?
A shortage of qualified sign language interpreters in St. Louis has been the topic in our community for a few years. But it’s culprit is misunderstood.
The value of higher education for sign language interpreters cannot be measured, because it improves knowledge base and people skills.