Tag: language access
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Despite technological advancements and increased awareness, the events industry still has a considerable distance to cover when it comes to accessibility.
Demand for language services could be on the rise in the state of New Jersey, thanks to a bill that was recently passed in the state senate.
A recent study published by the Washington, D.C.-based Urban Institute found that Asian Americans with limited English proficiency (LEP) face unique language barriers compared to other groups with high levels of LEP.
Recently, advocates in the US state of New Jersey raised concerns about the state not providing adequate language access services at community meetings on the environment, leading to low engagement levels among individuals with limited English proficiency (LEP).
At the eighth Google for India event earlier this week, Google announced a handful of new language technology developments that it will soon begin to roll out in India.
According to a report from Centro SOL, many mental health clinicians in the state of Maryland are not providing language access services, making it more difficult for children and adolescents to receive the proper treatment.
In the United States, the number of people who speak a language other than English at home is rising faster than those who mainly...
As US residents’ attention toward the COVID-19 pandemic declines, the department is hoping to make the vaccinations easier to access for communities that have been overlooked throughout the course of the pandemic — including people with limited English proficiency.
“I've been doing this for 27 years, and I have seen the evolution of the industry when it comes to translation technologies,” he said. “To translators and interpreters, I want to say: ‘You are not obsolete, you are important, you are needed, and you will be needed always.’ ”
The state’s Language Assistance Hotline, launched Oct. 17, allows speakers of Spanish, Vietnamese, Korean, Chinese, and Taiwanese to call a hotline that will provide them with live interpretations of their ballot.