DEAF CERTIFIED INTERPRETERS
CONSTANTLY CHALLENGING OURSELVES TO DELIVER MORE TO OUR CLIENTS
WHO WE ARE
CDI Network is the first and only agency of its kind in the nation established with a primary focus to provide qualified Deaf interpreter services nationwide. We promote the value of effective communication to and from the Deaf.
WHAT WE DO
Through careful screening, assessment and expertise, our team carefully chooses the best, most qualified deaf interpreters for each assignment. We also provide mentoring, professional development training, and other resources.
WHERE WE WORK
We have certified Deaf interpreters located nationwide, waiting for your call. Once you contact us, we will review and assign an interpreter that is closest to you. Our office is located in southern California. If you need an interpreter, get to us!
Communication access for every individual is a crucial need. To ensure this happens, CDI Network provides Deaf interpreters who are skilled in both American Sign Language and English. They are available for varied settings, including legal, educational, medical, mental health, and so much more.
“It has been a great experience having worked with a certified Deaf interpreter. Always a pleasure to work with a CDI on specific assignments, I walk away knowing that we provided the best source of communication access for that client.”
“I have team interpreted with Branton Stewart in a legal setting, it is no question that his interpretation skills are present at the job. Thus it means he makes sure the person receiving end are linguistically present. I am honored to have the opportunity to team interpret with him.”
“CDI for for” workshop was very helpful. The Midwest is a little “behind the times” on using a Certified Deaf Interpreter. We are doing our best to educate the community on how to use and request a Deaf Interpreter, but it has been a slow process. We are trying to encourage deaf interpreters to become certified in our area. It was very inspirational to have Mr. Stewart, come and share his experiences and knowledge with us. It has motivated many deaf interpreters to become certified. Thank you soo much!!”
“The workshop reinforced the responsibility of the hearing interpreter to identify and support the need for CDIs in the field and within our community.”
If you need more information relating to the certification process or about having certified Deaf interpreters for your requests, you can check out the links provided below, given that needcdi.com do want to make sure you are completely understood about what kind of interpreting services we have to offer. If you have any questions that has no answers located on the website, please do contact us!