It is with a large measure of sadness that NIS says goodbye to Lindsey Udy, who served as Executive Assistant since December of 2005. When she relayed the news to us that she wished to move on to a different employment situation which would be a better fit for her overall lifestyle goals, it […]
Jeremy Lee Stone says he is not sure what to call this genre. I would offer the word “Quantum” as a possible choice. It’s a discrete quantity of energy proportional in magnitude to the frequency of the radiation it represents. We’re looking forward to more Quantum ASL Poetry. Q-ASL-P
Summary: Numbers- by Eric Lynn Understanding numbers is essential when it comes to interpreting. We use them everyday. In this 4 part workshop we will dive deep into numbers; deeper than you thought possible. This is a 4 part workshop series. Each session is 2 hours long. For a total of 0.8 CEUs/8CEHs possible! You […]
In light of the COVID-19 several customers are preparing to move their meetings and classes to video. This is no problem! If you are a customer who would like to consult with us about this, please reach out. Likewise, if you are an interpreter who is uncertain about your equipment and video setup at home, […]
Client seeking volunteer ASL interpreting for 2 dates: 1) Date: SATURDAY JANUARY 18, 2020 Time: 3 PM – 7:00 PM Location: Sunroad Marina Pavillon Address: 955 Harbor Island Drive San Diego, Ca. 92101 Situation: Volunteer Appreciation party and 2) Date: SATURDAY JANUARY 25, 2020 Time: 9:30am-2pm Location: Sunroad Marina Address: […]
Oct 25-26, 2019 is fast approaching! Location options: Meridian (by video hook up) or face to face in Pocatello. Between Friday evening and Saturday there is 1.0 CEU available.
00:10 Early Family Life and Communication Dynamics 1:55 How I met my wife 4:25 After Gallaudet 4:52 Children 7:09 My brother George 8:24 What drew me to Della 9:23 Della’s family 10:19 Coping without Della 13:59 The establishment of the Museum at ISDB 15:12 ISDB and influential teachers 16:31 Gallaudet 18:41 Most influential person in […]
Keith, while in school, was always good about following the rules. Translation: I do have fond memories from High School. (The residential school for the Deaf) We made our share of trouble any time those who were to be supervising us were out of the picture. We did a lot of things but getting to […]