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Zoom In: Pronoun etiquette for virtual spaces and beyond

Zoom has became a part of our daily life. How can you have proper pronoun etiquette while using it? Find out more in this guest blog.

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Why Does This Assignment Need Two Interpreters?

Have you ever wondered why we provide you with 2 interpreters instead of one? Learn why it’s beneficial for all parties involved.

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Professional Liability: What is that for, and why do I need it?

Find out more about the benefits of Professional Liability insurance. Protect yourself and your family from potentially costly mistakes.

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An Introduction to The Deaf/Blind Community

Do you know anyone who is Deaf-Blind? How can you interact with them? Find out more in this blog.

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Being a Better Interpreter and a Better Human – Empathy and Prejudice

Racism. Ableism. Prejudice. Privilege. Black Lives Matter. Empathy is the key to understanding people of all kinds. Find out more in this blog.

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- June 11, 2021

Friday Fun Fact! The Smurf’s spoke in Sign Language Well, believe it or not, The Smurf’s was the first animated show to have a character use Sign Language. “Smurfing In Sign Language” is the episode that introduced the wood-elf Laconia.
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- June 9, 2021

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