How CART Services Can Be Used in Education

A cornerstone of accessibility, Communication Access Real-time Translation (CART) is a service in which captions of spoken content appear on nearby monitors or screens. Employing the right CART service provider provides heightened access to lectures, discussions, presentations, and more classroom activities by reducing barriers to learning for Deaf or Hard-of-Hearing students. Moreover, the improved accessibility and study resources these services offer can support the success of all students. Prince William,…

3 Types of Educational Interpreting and Their Benefits

Educational interpreters are mandatory in any classroom with students who require hearing accommodations. However, numerous professional interpreting services are available, and each offers unique value and support for Deaf and Hard of Hearing students. Comparing or combining these interpretation types can ensure Deaf students have the same access to academic lessons and resources that their Hearing counterparts enjoy.  HIS Sign Interpreting offers helpful ASL services to schools throughout Ashburn, VA.…

How to Become a CART Services Captioner

The everyday communication access challenges that Deaf individuals face inspire many people to seek ways of supporting equal communication channels. Some pursue American Sign Language (ASL) interpreting to fill this need, while others follow a CART (Communication Access Realtime Translation) services captioning career. The latter involves a distinct skill set from the former; specifically, CART captioners assist Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing individuals by typing the words spoken at events such as…