American Sign Language

American Sign Language (ASL) services are for the hearing impaired. For over 15 years, clients have chosen Sauls International’s ASL interpreters to provide services for their deaf and hard-of-hearing employees.

Sign Language is a system of communication which uses gestures and signs, primarily used by deaf people. Sauls International provides quality sign language services for your deaf and hard-of-hearing staff and associates.

SI’s interpreters are friendly, punctual, accurate and reliable. After you have provided us with the details of your project, we will ensure that our interpreters will review your material before the event and will be present at the designated location that you assign in person.

Courteous, mindful and professional, Sauls’ interpreters will be prepared, reliable and present to ensure your information and interactions flow smoothly. With these steps being taken, we ensure you that your interactions will be pleasant and services will be provided with care.

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Sign Language in Different languages

Spanish and French sign language is available in some cases and has to be requested in advance.

All interpreting services can be the perfect solution for a number of industries. Contact us today for your interpretation needs!

Communication Access Real-time Translation (CART)

Over the years, you’ve seen captions on public television, in movies and in most theaters. CART works in a similar way, transcribing and translating spoken text and sound into words. CART uses a computer and software to display everything that is being said, word for word on a television or projector. You have probably seen CART services in action! CART services are used for meetings, conferences, court reporting and live broadcasting. The text appears in real-time while the words are spoken or displayed. Today, CART can be displayed on a laptop, tablet or mobile device. Since technology is always advancing, CART can be streamed to an Internet browser as well sign language interpreting and Communication Access Real-Time Translation.

Since the 1990’s, The Attorney General has had the responsibility for publishing regulations which implement the requirements of title II (state and local government services) and title III (public accommodations and commercial facilities) of the ADA. These regulations are codified in the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) at 28 CFR parts 35 (title II) and 36 (title III). Therefore, CART helps make your event, courtroom, workshop, classroom, speech or religious service compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) which makes if accessible to people who have experienced hearing loss.

Since all audio is important at events, whenever possible, an audio component should be highly considered.

Hearing assistive technology to combine with CART:

  • Infrared systems
  • Induction loops
  • FM

No matter what age you are, people with good hearing sometimes struggle to comprehend everything that is said around them. With CART, you can stay tuned in and engaged!