Thank you for your interest in ASL Interpreting Services. Our mission is to bridge gaps between communities and provide quality, accessible communication between your business and the Deaf and Hard of Hearing community. Our interpreters have all met state and/or national standards to provide interpreting services in Kentuckiana.
The majority of our work is providing onsite interpreting services at your place of business, school, facility, or event. We can provide interpreters 24 hours a day, and we do our best to accommodate emergency requests.
Rates for Hiring Interpreters
|Day and Time||Rate|
|Weekdays and Weekends – Jefferson and most surrounding counties
(Bullitt, Shelby, Oldham, Floyd, Clark)
$55/each subsequent hour
|Non-local requests may require additional billed travel, mileage, and lodging. Unless otherwise specified, the above rates have no additional travel time or mileage added.|
*Interpreting requests must be cancelled during business hours and 24 hours prior to the start of the assignment.
Our goal has been to provide a simple process for hiring an interpreter. If you are a new client, a signed copy of our Terms of Service must be returned to the Interpreter Coordinator. After the Terms of Service is on file, we can be contacted via email, phone, or text with assignment details for all future requests. One week notice is best to ensure your request can be accommodated. Estimates are available upon request.
Our billing method is also a simple process. After the completion of the assignment, an invoice will be emailed or mailed to the billing contact. Payment is expected within 30 days (unless prior arrangements have been negotiated), and we accept checks and credit card payments. We believe our rates are well within industry standards, and many people have received tax deductions for interpreter payments. Your tax professional can provide more detailed information regarding deductions.
If you have any additional questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. We also provide counsel on how to use interpreters, how to set up your event to be more accessible to community members using interpreters, and understanding Deaf culture and related technologies.