SeproTec Multilingual Solutions has one of the largest teams of Sign Language interpreters in the U.S.
At SeproTec, we understand the needs of our clients and retain a highly proficient team with excellent communication skills, who possess a deep understanding of the cultural competencies.
Our interpreters are accomplished in Sign Language, which can use hand signals, fingerspelling, facial expressions, and body language, for the Deaf and hard-of-hearing community.
ASL (American Sign Language) is a language that has its own grammar system and is the sign language most used in the United States. It is also commonly used in parts of Mexico and in English-speaking regions of Canada. ASL can embody numerous variations depending on the region in which the language is being used.
PSE (Pidgin Signed English) normally refers to a combination of American Sign Language (ASL) and the English language.
SEE (Signing Exact English) is based on signs drawn from American Sign Language (ASL) and more or less exactly represents the English language.
Tactile Signing is used by those who are both sight impaired and hard-of-hearing. It can take various forms, but they are all based on touch. One of the best known is hand-over-hand.
CART (Communication Access Real Time Translation) Services is a precise instant transcription or translation of the spoken word into written text. The text appears instantaneously on a monitor so that the Deaf or hard-of-hearing client can read what is being said. This is mostly used in lectures, classrooms and in various other forums and can be performed remotely and on-site.