Social Services Interpreters: Mission Critical for Language Access

Social services interpreters serve a vital purpose in the United States, as we are more culturally and linguistically diverse than ever before. Social services organizations routinely work with Limited-English Proficient (LEP) clients, and their use of qualified interpreters and translators is necessary when language barriers arise in order for providers and staff to communicate effectively. 

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New Website Launches for Telelanguage: a Global Leader in Language Service Solutions

New Website Launches for Telelanguage, a Global Leader in Language Service Solutions As Seen on PR Underground.   “The new Telelanguage website is designed to be more than just a source of two-dimensional information.” As the competitive language service industry is rapidly evolving, Telelanguage sets itself apart by launching a new, user-friendly website. Telelanguage has 

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911 Interpreters: Language Support for Non-English Speaking Callers

Since its implementation, 9-1-1 has been an invaluable link service linking the American public to emergency services. The men and women serving at 911 across the country provide a critical step for emergency response. While 911 Emergency call centers deal with high-stress situations every day, when language barriers arise, an already stressful event can become 

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5 Reasons Businesses Should Care About LEP Experience (Infographic)

I recently saw a post on social media from a person who was angry about the high level of limited-English proficiency in the United States. While there was no doubt this person was committed to their point of view, it got me thinking…do people, and more importantly, businesses and organizations, understand the necessity of language 

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Getting Ahead: Interpretation Services Technology

“Technology made large populations possible; large populations now make technology indispensable.” – Joseph Wood Krutch Ask people how they feel about technology and you may get varied answers. While the topic of technological advancement can be a charged issue for individuals, Telelanguage believes that for the world of interpretation services, technology is a way to 

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Telephone Interpreters: Improving Business-to-Business Communication

Whether you have an international business or you’re ready to expand your services, we live in a global market. Today, Telephonic Interpreters are an important part of growing an international company, improving business-to-business communications, and maximizing the success of global outreach. Bringing a professional telephone interpreter on conference calls for your non-English-speaking and limited-English-speaking clients 

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9 California Cities That Need Interpreter Services (Part 1)

California is considered a global trendsetter in areas ranging from pop culture to politics, and is the birthplace of the film industry, and the Internet. The population is greater than that of all but 34 countries of the world. The Greater Los Angeles Area is the 2nd-largest metropolitan area in the United States. California is 

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3 Factors Informing Language Services in the U.S. (Infographic)

Diversity in our country is at the heart of America. As populations continue to shift, and we become more diverse, the need for effective language services increases in all industries across the United States and qualified interpreters and translators are high-value members in serving the needs of language diverse populations. The growing need for language 

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Improving Hospital Language Services is a Win for Everyone

As Limited English Proficiency in the United States continues to rise, and the LEP population over 25 million, interpreters and translators have become a key part of many major industries, such as legal and judicial, hospitality, social services and of course, healthcare. The changes for the healthcare industry in 2016 have made Hospital language services a top 

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