Interpreting Services

Photo of interpreters at Seattle Lighthouse The Lighthouse for the Blind, Inc. is the largest employer of Deaf-Blind people in North America. The Interpreting Services Department employs full-time American Sign Language (ASL) Interpreters skilled in working with Deaf-Blind people at our Seattle facility. In addition to our in-house interpreting staff and schedulers, the Lighthouse uses the services of freelance ASL interpreters to meet the needs of Deaf-Blind employees. All interpreters provided are qualified with specialized knowledge and experience in interpreting with Deaf-Blind people, and adhere to the Code of Professional Conduct (code of ethics) with the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID).  The Interpreting Services Department also provides spoken language interpreters for employees who require a language other than English.

For more information about Interpreting Services, please contact Director of the Deaf-Blind Program, Tami Berk, at tberk@seattlelh.org or at 206-436-2120.

Professional Sign Language Interpreting

Team Interpreting

Interpreting for Individuals who are Deaf-Blind

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