Interpreting

We are proud to serve the Concho Valley and surrounding communities as your preferred sign language interpreter agency! We provide services that satisfy ADA requirements for your business. We work in a variety of settings, such as medical, mental health, education, legal, and religious. Our interpreters are all nationally or state certified. We are confident you will be satisfied with our work.

Consulting

We work with hospitals, audiologists, and school districts to provide information, resources, and referrals to families with deaf or hard of hearing children. Oftentimes parents of these newborn children are unable to make informed decisions and may even feel inadequate in raising their child. Our consultants work to provide your family with the information you desire so you feel at ease making decisions.

Sign Language Classes

We’re proud to offer classes and tutoring for American Sign Language (ASL). Whether you’re wanting to learn the basics or planning on becoming an interpreter, we’ve got your back. We can provide one-on-one or multiple student lessons.

Why Choose Us?

We are the only business in West Texas that offers such extensive services. We care for our clients, whether they be hearing or deaf. We want to make your experience as wonderful as we can.

Our Team

Breanna NormanOwner

Breanna has a Bachelor's degree in American Sign Language Interpreting from Valdosta State University. She has been certified in the state of Texas since 2018. She currently holds the BEI Basic.

Breanna NormanOwner

Breanna has a Bachelor's degree in American Sign Language Interpreting from Valdosta State University. She has been certified in the state of Texas since 2018. She currently holds the BEI Basic.

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Gina WatsonSign Language Interpreter

Gina joined our team in August 2020. She has been certified by the state of Texas since 1999 and has been nationally certified since 2008. She currently holds a BEI III and NIC.

Gina WatsonSign Language Interpreter

Gina joined our team in August 2020. She has been certified by the state of Texas since 1999 and has been nationally certified since 2008. She currently holds a BEI III and NIC.

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Sarah SedlacekASL Teacher

Sarah holds a Bachelor's of Applied Arts and Science degree in Practical Theology from Howard Payne University, an Associate of Applied Science degree in Sign Language Interpretation from South West Collegiate Institute for the Deaf, and is a state certified teacher. She has been a teacher since 2014 and has been involved with the Deaf community since 2008.

Sarah SedlacekASL Teacher

Sarah holds a Bachelor's of Applied Arts and Science degree in Practical Theology from Howard Payne University, an Associate of Applied Science degree in Sign Language Interpretation from South West Collegiate Institute for the Deaf, and is a state certified teacher. She has been a teacher since 2014 and has been involved with the Deaf community since 2008.

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FAQs

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  • What is ASL?

    ASL stands for American Sign Language. It is a visual-spatial and gestural language which uses body, mouth, and eye movements in addition to signs to create thoughts. ASL is very different than English, as it has its own structure, syntax, and grammar.