Find ASL Terps (Interpreters) Near You

It’s not always easy to find ASL terps (interpreters) near you.

And if you are an ASL interpreter, it’s not always easy to find a place to list your services.

Below you will find a form and a list. If you are an interpreter, you can use the comment form to list your services on this page. If you are looking for an interpreter, you will find the listings showing the name and location of the interpreters.

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A-Sign Interpreters Inc. – A sign language interpreting agency that allows businesses to find sign language interpreters for medical, legal, educational, governmental settings, and more. Our business provides qualified interpreters for deaf and hard of hearing people across the country.

Eleanor Gaccione (New Berlin, NY)
244 Schermerhorn Road, New Berlin, NY 13411
Home: 607-847-8632, Cell: 607-437-2880
Email: eleanor244@yahoo.com
NIC certified, EIPA certified, Certified Teacher of the Deaf, Early Childhood, Special Education

Leah (Falmouth, MA) – (508)457-9397

Leanna Franco – Leanna97915@gmail.com | 979-418-1142 | Attending Houston Community College
I am a Coda, I grew up interpreting for my parents who are both profoundly deaf. I am excellent in my signing skills.

National Interpreting Agency
Director: Gina D Asad
Email: N.Interpreting.A@aol.com
Phone: 216-527-3400

Gina Halliburton – Deaf N.O.W. (SE Michigan)
Call 248-469-0888 to secure the services of a Certified interpreter in Southeastern Michigan or email deafnow@deafnow.com for more information.
[RID-NAD Code of Professional Conduct compliant]

Austin – Willoughby, Ohio 44094
I am a Sign Language interpreter of 3 years. I hold no certifications, but I do have experience in many settings. Please contact me at 440-319-1715 or AustinsASLInterpreting@gmail.com

Bourghandee Watts – Fort Lauderdale, Florida
954-446-5591

Dennis Choi
8362 Walker St. Buena Park, CA 90623 # 22
No Experience

Theresa Bates
Dade City, Florida
813-618-8772

Kevin Peterson – La Crescenta, CA
Cell phone 818-388-6485
Signed all my life. 2 years service for church working with the Deaf.

Barbara Sullivan – Wentzville Mo.
bobbysullivan123@yahoo.com
636-698-5610

Samantha Holk, Holk Communication Services, Overland Park KS
KQAS 4/4 Certification
Experience in K-12 and community interpreting
(913) 713-1407
smccabe8@hotmail.com

Sandra Heflin (Color of Language) Kern County, CA
Sandra Heflin, MA in Deaf Education from California State University, Northridge
Phone: 661-703-4130
Email: sandydheflin@gmail.com
Website: www.coloroflanguage.com
30 years experience as certified ASL interpreter and instructor. Founder and President of Color of Language, a non-profit organization that develops, produces and distributes educational Sign Language materials. Resides in Bakersfield, CA (Kern County).
Certified by RID with CSC (expired), and ACCI (expired), currently Certified by EIPA and RID.
Experienced in interpreting in various venues including: Educational, Medical, Dept. of Vocational Rehab., Legal, prisons, community, church, and platform. ASL instructor in K-12, College and University settings. Currently employed as staff interpreter at California State University, Bakersfield. Former teacher at Riverside School for the Deaf, Riverside, CA. Teacher and Director in various Deaf Education programs infant-adult throughout California. Former interpreter and teacher of ASL at California State University, Northridge.

Brenda L. Dawe (Signingly Yours) Mid Michigan
989-389-4123 Or 989-275-5000 ext. 419
Over 25 years of certified experience as educational and community interpreter with over twenty years as ASL instructor at Kirtland Community College in Roscommon Michigan. I’ve created and held 30 biannual workshops for the Deaf and interpreters.
Experienced in interpreting/transliterating in sign, tactiley or orally in medical, judicial, business, social, and platform situations.
Credentials: AA and AS (Mott ITP) RID-NAD IV
Will travel.
Home page: Brenda the Bridge… https://k2.kirtland.edu/~daweb

AIDE BILINGUAL SERVICES MINNESOTA
Hiring Qualified Interpreters $24 an hour!
Our agency also offers training to all of our new interpreters who are in need of the 40 hour training. We believe in providing our client with an interpreter that has the right skills for success, promotes excellence, and yields high quality encounters. We offer a competitive pay based depending on experience $24 per hour. If interested, please reply to this email in letting us know your background as an interpreter, including when you started interpreting, and the types of jobs you commonly do.
www.aidebilingualservices.com

Robin Trask, Interpreter, Cincinnati, Ohio
I can be contacted by email at robintrask@yahoo.com, by phone at 513-919-9273 or by mail, 1048 Ironstone Dr., Cincinnati, Ohio 45240.
I began learning ASL when the church my family attended began offering ASL classes taught by an RID certified interpreter who had come to our church to begin a deaf ministry. Within weeks I was interpreting weekly announcements,scripture readings and the songs during worship services.I began taking formal ASL courses at the Cincinnati Bible College while still in high school. Upon graduation from HS I was hired to work at St.Rita School for the Deaf as a live-in dorm supervisor where I worked for 3 years. In 1978 I was accepted by Gallaudet University where I graduated in 1980 with an Associate of Arts degree in Interpreting.
In the Fall of 1979 I received my TC through the RID Potomac Chapter. Upon graduation I returned to Cincinnati and began a long and very diversified career interpreting as well as teaching Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced ASL at the College of Mt.St.Joseph here in Cincinnati for 17 yrs.
My interpreting experience includes but is not limited to medical, legal, educational, mental health, business, dramatic and tactile. I have worked with infants through seniors individually and in small groups as well as platform, including interpreting for two Presidents of the United States.


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