Video Remote Interpreting and CART Services: What’s the Difference?

In the workplace, social settings, and beyond, everyone deserves to be heard. In this effort, interpreting services such as Video Remote Interpreting and CART are pillars of accessibility. Each has distinct capabilities that lend themselves to different situations (though the services seek to achieve the same ends): Video Remote Interpreting involves an offsite ASL interpreter who facilitates communication between Deaf and Hearing individuals via the Internet, whereas CART Services do…

How CART Services Can Help in the Workplace

No matter their size, the most successful organizations provide the resources and support their employees need to thrive. Yet beyond remote capabilities and flexible hours, these resources must include accommodations for Deaf and Hard of Hearing individuals. Organizational leaders should seek a professional CART service provider to establish a supportive and inclusive workplace where everyone can reach their full potential. Montgomery County business owners can turn to HIS Sign Interpreting…

How to Help Make Entertainment More Deaf-Accessible

Television, movies, and theater are great platforms for universal messages of friendship, kindness, and acceptance of others. However, these media–and other forms of entertainment–have historically lacked accessibility for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing population. Although there have been efforts to amend this oversight, Deaf advocates continue working for improvements. Professional organizations–such as Cart Service Providers–seek widespread captioning and assistive technology use, content featuring Deaf/HOH actors, and more.  Such an…