News and Articles from ASLI Interpreting Solutions

The holidays mean more time together with family and importantly, remembering those we’ve lost. Sometimes, we learn pieces of those lost lives, only after their passing, and those pieces open up an entirely new chapter of appreciation and meaning. For Sabrina Redman, ASLI’s Interpretation Operations Manager, 2021 marked the passing of her aunt, Dorothy Jackson, an Ohio civic leader and politician, who is linked to Sabrina’s work with us in ways she wasn’t aware of.

When it was decided that plans to expand the world’s busiest bus terminal would be shared through virtual public scoping meetings, the overseeing agency – the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey - made sure the Deaf community would have access to the information by embedding American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation into the meeting’s video.

ASLI Interpreting Solutions has been ranked as a global interpreting leader by research firm Nimdzi Insights.

Black woman in white t-shirt interpreting into ASL

In the not-so-distant past, it was thought that providing American Sign Language interpretation for Deaf employees during staff meetings was sufficient for workplace communication, but this isn’t true inclusivity...

With the significant development of multi-media over the past several years, e-learning has transformed into a much more engaging experience, with video and special graphics that can capture the learner’s attention, particularly if the content is well-organized and visually appealing...