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Deepak Rajput May 24
We Need Deaf People in Gujarat 🗣️ Tv News Gujarat❓
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BNHC (Brockton, MA) 24h
WHEN IT COMES TO HEALTHCARE, ESPECIALLY DURING A PANDEMIC, WE SPEAK YOUR LANGUAGE, thanks to our interpreters, that is, who are working mostly from home! Find more photos at:
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CIOL May 27
Remote interpreting has become a popular alternative way of working for during . Join Trinidad, a freelance and , in this free where she explores the types of remote and best practices:
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Alice Bertinotti 8h
I've just learned about "getting Zumped" (or Housepumped or FaceTumped...) and other neologisms coined in to describe being dumped via videoconferencing app. Thank you for keeping up to date with the latest lingo!🤓
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Ai-Media May 25
Though closed captions have seen a rise in recent months, sign language interpreters still remain a lifeline for the Deaf community during the COVID-19 crisis.
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Lawrence Ayanleke 3h
The impact of on all sectors of the economy immeasurable so gov'ts around the world set-up stimulus packages for for all manner of professionals. Is there any stimulus package for and in Africa?
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IU Group 31m
Tech Company News interviewed our President and CEO Sayed Ali. Read more about the past, present and future of him and the company here:
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EU Interpreters May 25
Today on marking anniversary of inception we are proud to have helped train highly qualified in Africa through the project:
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Minna Savolainen 9h
”One key barrier to expanding access to mental-health services is the lack of (interculturally trained) mental-health specialists and interpreters.” 🔑 👇
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CoalitionPTIC 42m
Currently, includes an exemption for that covers only a tiny sliver of and omits ALL interpreters. We urge a solution to protect language access: Include all professional linguists who meet our profession's standards.
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Ben Karl, MBA, CT May 25
prove crucial in Bay Area cases by Thank you for highlighting the key role language pros play. THIS is why interpreters need exemption from and must be added to . please read. Thanks! CC:
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Boostlingo 2h
There are many ethical and legal consequences that can arise from using ad-hoc such as family members Discover more here on our :
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BIS World 20h
If you’re able, chime in June 17th for our first interpreter discussion group. CEU’s for this one are on the house 💪 If you have questions, feel free to reach out: Info@yourccgroup.com Registration:
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OmarKasis 🇬🇧 May 26
, , and have been waiting for me for a long time. They want me to focus with them or to create something new to the realm. Time has come to terminate+ing digresses in a heartbeat for good.
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BC 3h
Question: What is the Registry of Interpreters for for the Deaf called? Answer: Views.
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eCPD Limited May 26
Exciting news of some changes to support you and the profession! As well as offering over 100 recordings of eCPD webinars to CIOL members, we are creating new free to all. Find out more by following
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Hearing Review May 27
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WASLI May 22
is not an option! Watch this video from that emphasizes the importance of having full access in national sign languages and to have IS interpretation at daily briefings 👇👀
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Telelanguage May 26
Join us for a free this Thursday, May 28th at 10am PT! Learn Ways to Optimize Your Telephonic Interpretation Experience, and Get Tips for Working with Interpreters. Reserve your spot today!
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Sojung Yi May 24
At SFGH, about 80% of patients have Limited English Proficiency. are essential to providing compassionate, timely care in the department. Thankful for this important coverage!
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