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Languages We Speak

Oct27

Language Access For Voters

An essential component of getting everyone to the polls to vote is to make the process as simple as possible. Part of that struggle is to make the instructions for voting available in as many languages as possible. English is the most prominent language in the United States of course, but it is hardly the only one spoken by the population. Governin...

Language Access For Voters
Oct15

American Sign Language Interpreting During the Age of COVID-19

In the United States, nearly 35 million adults ages 18 and older live with some form of hearing disabilities. Unfortunately, the recent coronavirus outbreak has created additional communication barriers for deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals. According to the National Association of the Deaf, the widespread use of opaque masks has blocked some pe...

American Sign Language Interpreting During the Age of COVID-19
Oct13

Meet our Team: Stacy Harjer

Meet Stacy Harjer, Director of Business Development for Language Network.   Stacy started her career as a Junior Lobbyist at a start up public policy firm before she moved into the language industry, starting at a small LSP and eventually moving to a larger company. Her start at the public policy firm fueled an interest in language access within go...

Meet our Team: Stacy Harjer
Oct08

Language Network Ranked Among the World's Top Interpreting Companies

We are proud to announce that Language Network has been awarded as one of the top 20 in-person and over-the-phone interpreting providers in the world by CSA Research, featured by Slator.   The independent market research firm CSA Research has named Language Network, including subsidiary The Language Exchange, as one of the top interpreting services...

Language Network Ranked Among the World's Top Interpreting Companies
Aug18

The Importance of Language in Crisis Preparation

Being able to communicate effectively is always important, though it becomes even more critical when an urgent crisis is at hand. Unfortunately, many people's crisis preparation plans do not include anything to cover the possibility of a language barrier. This can lead to miscommunication that can cost lives or take valuable time away from urgent i...

The Importance of Language in Crisis Preparation

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Understand what's mandated by law and best-practices to provide language support to your students and familes.

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