The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires many public and private entities to provide reasonable accommodations for the deaf to ensure effective communication.
Clarivita Language Services created an American Sign Language (ASL) division to meet our public and private entity clients’ growing needs to provide these accommodations for meaningful language access for their communities, patients, and customers who are deaf or hard-of-hearing.
The best ASL interpreters are passionate about their profession. They understand that they serve as cultural mediators, and that nothing less than excellent and effective communication skills bridges the gap between deaf and hard-of-hearing citizens and the communities they are a part of.
American Sign Language (ASL) is a language of its own, with a particular vocabulary, grammar, and culture. In fact, every country has its own version of sign language. Like any language it is ever evolving and ever changing.