WIN can supply interpreters to translate to and from these languages. If the language
you require is not listed here, please call us, as we can often find interpreters
for other languages as well.
American Sign Language*
A Word About Sign Language
There are many forms of sign language and WIN interpreting is available for users
of these types and more. Please call if you do not see a form listed here or have
American Sign Language is a complex visual-gestural language possessing its own
grammar and syntax.
Pidgin Signed English uses ASL vocabulary in English word order.
Manually Coded English systems are designed to represent exact spoken English in
a visual form.
Non-Standard Signing includes gestures, "home signs" and other idiosyncratic
International Sign Language is an intercontinental system of standardized signs.
Oral transliterating is designed to meet the needs of individuals who use speech
and speech reading for communication.
Low-vision interpreting is specifically designed to consider the communication needs
of people with low visual acuity.
Tactile interpreting provides hand-on-hand signing and fingerspelling to individuals
who have little or no vision.