Access Interpreting, Inc. Introduces Video Remote Interpreting for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Community

Today Access Interpreting, Inc. is excited to announce the official roll-out this week of its new Video Remote Interpreting (VRI) service for the Deaf and hard of hearing community. With the introduction of VRI, Access is able to provide increased sign language interpreting services to consumers throughout the United States.

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We believe this service in particular is vital for the Deaf and hard of hearing community, as it can provide access to interpreting services around the clock. When you need us, we’ll be there.

(PRWEB) March 11, 2014

Access Interpreting, Inc., the premier sign-language interpreting and communication access services agency, today announced the launch of its highly anticipated new Video Remote Interpreting service.

With the option of Video Remote Interpreting (VRI), Access Interpreting’s staff and freelance interpreters are now able to service more clients across the United States, as VRI technology provides access to sign language interpreters when an in-person interpreter is not available.

The Access Interpreting VRI service is made possible with new webcam technology and high-speed internet. Using a webcam, the Deaf or hard of hearing customer and the hearing person they need to communicate with are connected to an interpreter from another location. As the hearing person listens to the interpreter speak through the speakers, the Deaf or hard of hearing customer is able to watch the interpreter on a television or computer screen.

VRI is most effective for medical consultations, emergency situations, and to connect a Deaf or hard of hearing person living in a rural area to an interpreter. This service can also be used to aid students in a classroom, providing Deaf and hard of hearing students with access to classes, programs, and events that they might not otherwise be able to attend.

“Our Video Remote Interpreting service has been in development for quite some time now, and we are excited to finally offer this service our existing and future clients,” said Brad Leon, Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. “We believe this service in particular is vital for the Deaf and hard of hearing community, as it can provide access to interpreting services around the clock. When you need us, we’ll be there.”

Consumers can make appointments for the VRI service at the time which is most convenient for them, and if needed, the services will be available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

For more information on Access Interpreting’s new Video Remote Interpreting service, please visit http://ainterpreting.com/video-remote-interpreting. Services can easily be requested online, using the service request form.

About Access Interpreting, Inc.

Since its inception in 2007, Access Interpreting, Inc. has been focused on achieving the mission set forth by founders Brad Leon, Lyle Vold, and Ryan Leon. Access, headquartered in Washington, D.C., is dedicated to being a communication access service provider invested in enriching the quality of life of the Deaf and hard of hearing community. Access’s staff and freelance interpreters, translators, and CART service providers offer a variety of services, including: sign language interpreting, deaf interpreting, Video Remote Interpreting (VRI), and Communication Access Realtime Translation (CART). Access also hosts Deaf culture seminars and offers event planning services to the Deaf and hard of hearing community. To learn more about Access Interpreting, Inc., please visit http://www.ainterpreting.com.


Contact

  • Brad Leon
    Access Interpreting Inc
    571-730-4330 Ext: 302
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