ASL Docs

Did you know that for most deaf people, English is their second language and American Sign Language (ASL) is their first language? Did you know that the average deaf person reads at a 4th grade level? Do you think your deaf employee/patient/client can understand the documents you “send home” with them? We suspect that they do not. What happens after the interpreter leaves and you ask your deaf employee to read about the 401K plan on their own time? What happens after when staff asks your deaf inpatient to fill out a journaling workbook about their problems/issues? What do you do when your deaf patient is given instructions for the night before their surgery? What if they are given discharge/at home care instructions when they are discharged? This is where VCI ASLdocs come in. VCI ASLdocs is yet another way that area businesses can ensure that vital information is accessible to all deaf people.

Let VCI help your HR department put employee manuals, benefit documents, and policy/procedures into American Sign Language for your deaf employees. Allow VCI to interpret your medical pre-op requirement papers into ASL so that they are accessible to your deaf patients. Let VCI make your hospital discharge and care instructions accessible to all your deaf patients. Allow VCI to assist your mental health facility to ensure that therapy doesn’t stop when the interpreter leaves by putting all therapy journals/workbooks into ASL for your deaf patients.

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All videos filmed and edited by a professional videographer in the VCI studio against a solid blue background. Production time is dependent on how many pages need translating and whether or not captioning and voice overs are selected.

Completed video in ASL is provided via your preferred method of delivery: DVD or internet link.

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