Welcome to Indigenous Interpreting+®

 

Indigenous Interpreting+® helps health care providers, courts and public agencies meet regulatory requirements for language access, minimize costs and ensure quality services, using the latest delivery platforms, including video and telephonic. Our expert staff can help you with your language access needs concerning indigenous speakers and clients. Please contact us for more information. 

 

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Interpreting Services


  • Medical Interpreting

    For Hospitals, Clinics, Emergency Room, Mental Health Care, End of Life + Hospice, Surgery, Pre + Post Op, Transplant Agencies and more.

  • Legal Interpreting

    For Courts, Prisons, Sheriff’s Department, Immigration Interpreting and more.

  • Community Interpreting

    For Schools, Community Meetings, DMV, Homeland Security, Communications, News Media and more.

 

Types of Interpreting


  • Onsite

    Also known as Face-To-Face interpreting, this service requires the physical presence of the interpreter.

  • Video

    Also known as remote interpreting, this service is delivered by means of video conferencing, such as Facetime or Skype.

  • Telephonic

    Also known as over-the-phone interpreting, this interpreting service is delivered by landline or cellular phone.

 

Modes of Interpretation


  • Consecutive

    Consecutive interpreters wait for the speaker to pause before interpreting. Interpreters can either take notes and interpret after speaker is finished or interpret after every sentence.

  • Simultaneous

    Simultaneous interpreters are trained to listen to one language while speaking simultaneously in another, providing communication in real time.

  • Consecutive Relay

    Relay interpretation is used when more than two languages are involved in a session.  The message is first converted from the original language into a common bridge language and then into the third language.