LOVE 2 ASL
INTERPRETING SERVICES AND
"The interpreter scene prior to 1964 was so vastly different from that which exists today that it is a strain on the imagination to contemplate it ... We did not work as interpreters, but rather volunteered our services as our schedules permitted. If we received any compensation it was freely given and happily accepted, but not expected." - Lou Fant, RID biographer
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First of all I would like to thank my parents for providing me with a language unique to them and their community...American Sign Language.
My mother is the one who encouraged me and was so proud of me when I became an ASL interpreter. In honor of my mother as she would would say "Many, many thanks"
So, "Many thanks, Mom.
Now, to all of you Sign Language Lovers, thank you for being committed to the Deaf community at large.
Our goal is to teach, train and support certified and pre-certified interpreters. Help them improve their skills and get them to the level of a qualified professional. To assist with providing highly trained interpreters to fill the constant need within the Deaf community, by sharing information about our workshops and Deaf events, and expos.
Bryant Smith, Deaf ASL Instructor, Love2ASL.com
Love2ASL offers, more than 100 different interpreting archived workshop titles
Five Test Preparation Training Courses that include the NIC; Written, Performance & Interview, SC:L; Written and Performaqnce and the EIPA, Educational Interpreting Performance Assessment
EIPA, Educational Interpreter Performance Assessment
We invite "you" to become part of our ever growing interpreter family and welcome you with an open mind and a Deaf heart.
The only way to learn about Deaf Culture is through real life experiences and socializing within the Deaf Community. Meet with a bunch of us fun loving interpreters for some exciting learning experiences. So be there on the 2nd Friday of each month at the Block of Orange in the City of Orange, CA.
Or look for Deaf events in your local area on the internet.