- In-patient hospital services, outpatient surgeries and doctor visits
- Physical Therapy, workers compensation and health education
- Clinics and Urgent care centers
- Manufacturing and factory new hires, employment training, and ongoing workplace meetings
- K-12 education, college and university settings
- Public information forums, community and regional events
Under the Americans with Disabilities Act, enacted in 1992, most organizations are now required by federal law to provide interpreting services as necessary to ensure effective communication with deaf and hard of hearing people. In other words, when interpreting services are necessary, it is the service provider’s (e.g. lawyer’s, doctor’s, hospital’s, state agency’s, educational institution’s, court’s) responsibility to secure and pay for these services.
Sign Language Network of KY (SLNKY) is happy to assist you with finding a qualified interpreter that best fits your specific need. All of our interpreters are licensed by the State of KY, under the governance of the Kentucky Board of Interpreters for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. All interpreters are members of the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf, and adhere to the RID Code of Professional Conduct.