Sign language

Sign language interpreters at Kroll Languages

Sign language interpreters provide non-verbal communication of speech for deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals. Sign language is similarly complex to other spoken languages. There are over 100 expressions of local sign languages worldwide. In Germany, the right to a sign language interpreter is provided by law, e.g., for appointments with authorities, in court, the police, etc.

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Sign language interpreter: different languages possible and necessary

Sign language interpreters differ in their qualifications for sign and verbal languages. In the German-speaking communities, there are three sign languages and numerous dialects. American Sign Language (ASL) is the world’s most widely used language. In addition, there are variants of sign language for deaf-blind individuals based on tactile communication. At Kroll Languages, you get a professional with the qualifications you need for your meeting.

More services at Kroll Languages

In addition to providing interpreters for sign language and all other languages, we are also active in interpreting and translating ourselves. You can learn more about interpreting, translating, and video conferencing with us on the respective pages on the subject.

With our Hub Services, you also book a reliable platform for your multilingual videoconferences. In our Hub near Düsseldorf, we care for their successful implementation.

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