International Students and Higher Education in the U.S. [Infographic]

The United States remains the most popular choice for international students today. In the 2016-17 School Year, the United States hosted 1.1. million of the 4.6 million international students enrolled in higher education institutions, and the total number of international students in the U.S. more than doubled from 2001-2017. Earlier this month, we looked at 

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Foreign Language Interpretation in Education [Whitepaper]

The United States is culturally and linguistically diverse, and our education systems reflect this. In fact, in Fall of 2015, 4.8 million students in U.S. public schools were English Language Learners (ELL). As a language service provider for education systems, Telelanguage helps educators break down language barriers and connects people from different walks of life every day 

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Free eBook: A Guide to Language Access in Healthcare

Understanding the importance of language access in healthcare is a critical component of patient care. Healthcare organizations have more diverse language needs than ever before. As a healthcare professional, when you are communicating with non-English speaking patients, you need support that you can trust — especially in emergency situations. Telelanguage empowers healthcare providers to communicate in 

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8 Questions to Ask When Looking for a Language Services Provider

What is important when looking for a new language services provider? Is it price? Is it a particular service? Whether you’re just beginning to offer multilingual customer support or you’re ready to switch providers, it’s important to make informed decisions about a new partner. When you’re armed with the right questions, it will help you 

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The Need for Language Interpretation in U.S. Schools (Interactive Infographic)

How does language diversity impact the need for language interpretation in U.S. schools? Earlier this month, we looked at the growing number of limited-English proficient students in U.S. schools. In this post, we take a closer look at the language support needs of children in education settings. As of 2016, almost 1 in 4 children in 

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The Power of Video Remote Interpreting in Healthcare Settings

Video remote interpreting in healthcare is a leading-edge technology that is changing the way we communicate in medical and hospital settings. VRI eliminates language barriers between healthcare professionals and limited-English and deaf and hard-of-hearing patients by connecting to an on-demand, remote interpreter over a video connection. Video interpreting in healthcare combines the high level of accuracy gained 

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Interactive Map of Languages Spoken in the United States

As of 2013, more than 25 million U.S. residents speak a language other than English at home. That’s One in five U.S. residents.  Spanish is the most common non-English language spoken in the United States with 40.5 million speakers (2016). According to the 2016 American Community Survey, languages  spoken at home with over 1 million speakers (over 

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[Free Whitepaper] Refugee Trends in United States: Refugee Language Needs

Does your organization provide language support? Understanding refugee trends in the United States can help you to provide the most comprehensive language access program to fit your organization’s specific needs. As a language service provider nationwide, Telelanguage breaks down language barriers and connects people from different walks of life every day! As a leader in 

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Free Resources for Supporting Clients of Different Languages and Cultures

As a trusted language services partner nationwide, Telelanguage provides understanding and connects clients with their non-English speaking and limited-English speaking clients every day! Regardless of industry, organizations need more support to properly service the growing LEP population. In fact, One in five U.S. residents speaks a foreign language at home. We have created a few 

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