The Communication Connection
Interpreters and Translators for the Deaf, Hard of Hearing and Hearing Communities
Sign Language Interpreter Referral Service
The Communication Connection Inc. is a sign language interpreter referral service, owned and managed by sign language interpreters.
Over 15 years of experience
in the field of interpreting and transliterating, coordinating and business management.
We provide superior services for the Deaf, hard of hearing, and hearing communities in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware.
We are a woman-owned business specializing in services for the Deaf community.
For more than 10 years we have successfully provided sign language interpreters to Southeast and South Central Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware.
We pride ourselves in excellent customer service and subcontract with professional and qualified certified interpreters. All of our staff is required to sign fluently and must be knowledgeable about Deaf culture and interpreting.
In addition to interpreter subcontracting, we serve the business and Deaf communities in our area by offering Training and Resources. We are available to teach both Deaf Sensitivity Classes and Sign Language Classes and can train your staff about how to use interpreters for the Deaf in compliance with the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act). Our clients can be sure that all requests, no matter how big or small, will be handled professionally.
Providing Interpreters & Translators in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware
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Customer Care: 610-272-4948
Know Your Rights
National Association of the Deaf: Legal Rights
The Legal Rights section of the National Association of the Deaf (NAD) website contains information and resources for Deaf and Hard of Hearing individuals; their families; attorneys (lawyers) who need information to better represent their clients; businesses and government agencies seeking to comply with the law; and service providers who need to understand the law.
This is the section of the NAD website where you will find information about your rights in the areas of employment, housing, emergencies, education, health care, travel and more.