Our parent company, Deaf-Talk, Inc., pioneered the concept of delivering ASL certified interpreters via video back in 1999 when we started serving only a handful of hospitals.
Today, more than 300 hospital installations nationwide (and counting), position us as the leaders in the field.
Adapting constantly to the latest technologies available and using the best quality equipment in the market, today we serve some of the most prestigious institutions in the country
With the help of technology advances, DT Interpreting has grown from fewer than
5 clients in 2000 to nearly 400 today.
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|On-Demand American Sign Language ||Over-the-Phone Language Interpreting ||Document Translations |
Bringing nationally certified ASL interpreters to hospitals nationwide, 24/7, via video. When you need it, using the latest in wireless video technology.
A network of nearly 1,000 qualified interpreters of 150 non-English languages are available within seconds, 24/7, by dialing our Toll Free line.
Our team of experienced translators with backgrounds in many different disciplines, produce accurate and timely translations at reasonable rates. More information...
|More than 300 hospital installations. We offer the most experienced, reliable service. ||Braille and Audio-Document Transcriptions |
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We assist our clients with the
transcription of essential
documents into Braille, helping
them yet in another area of
compliance with the American
with Disabilities Act (ADA).
"More than 300 hospital installations in 38 states make us the most trusted video interpreting service in the nation ! "
Share structure - 7/18/2012
Authorized shares : 60,000,000
Outstanding shares: 43,230,371
Restricted shares.: 34,860,423
Free trading float: 8,369,948
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Deaf Talk inc went Public on Wednesday 9/15/2010 after being a private company for 12 years. David Stauffer and Bob Fisher have been in charge since the company started back in late 1990's.
DTI Informational Video
This is a 7 minute video which provides a general overview of DT Interpreting's remote, on-demand video service.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 9/9/01
When this article was written, DT Interpreting had 47 hospital installations and were expecting to make $2 mil. in revenue that year, and $5 mil the following year.
"Hospitals that sign on... generally pay $400 a month and $3 for each minute the lines are open."
USA Today article, 2/24/04
"Today, Deaf-Talk employs 23 employees, works with a monthly operating budget of about $60,000 and has been in the black for the last 6 months."
"...the hospitals can either rent the equipment for $400 a month or purchase the hardware for about $6,000."
"...hospitals are required to provide interpreters for deaf patients free of charge under the Americans With Disabilities Act."
BCS Global case study, 2009
"By using video conferencing to link deaf patients with professional interpreters, DT Interpreting were able to provide quick, effecient interpreting services to hospitals within 5-10 minutes, whenever they required it."
"DT Interpreting chose BCS Global's Virtual Room service to link some of the 400 registered hospitals with their 50 professional interpreters who are available 24/7. Today, hospitals from as far as Arizona to Baltimore, New Jersey and Rhode Island are all using the BCS Global Virtual Room service to get access to Interpreters instantly."
"The service has proved so successful, DT Interpreting is also considering trialling it in doctors' offices around the US."
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 3/8/11
"With the help of technology advances, DT Interpreting has grown from fewer than 5 clients in 2000 to more than 300 today"
"The company went public last year as a penny stock... the two founders are shooting for $3 to $4 a share"
"...DT Interpreting now has plans to expand to the central U.S. and points farther west."
Sony Helps Hospitals With Disability Compliance
"Deaf Talk, LLC and Sony Electronics are collaborating on program aimed at helping hospital emergency rooms effectively bridge the communications gap with hearing-impaired individuals by providing access to on-demand American Sign Language (ASL) video interpreting services."
DT Interpreting Teaming Agreement With Minority-Owned Veteran Partners Corporation
Deaf-Talk, Inc. the industry leader in on-demand video sign language interpreting, announced that it has entered into a three-year Teaming Agreement with Veteran Partners Corporation (VPC), a Minority Owned Business Enterprise, Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB). The Agreement provides that VPC will be the exclusive SDVOSB to market DTI interpreting and translation services and equipment in relation to solicitations from and proposals to U.S. Governmental Agencies.
"DT Interpreting chose to team its translation and interpreting experience with that of established Veteran Partners to increase its opportunity to sell in the government market. We look forward to commencing efforts to gain traction and reputation in that market segment as we seek to meet governmental need for interpreting and translation services," stated David Stauffer, DT Interpreting president.
In addition to its video sign language interpreting and on-demand over-the-phone interpreting in more than 150 languages, DT Interpreting also offers full-scale document translation services and transcription into Braille.
Chief Operating Officer for Veteran Partners, Joseph N. DeNardo, recently joined DT Interpreting's Board of Directors. In addition to certification as SDVOSB, Veteran Partners Corporation is a Small Disadvantaged Business Enterprise and a Minority Business Enterprise.