ASL-English Interpreting Services:
If you need to access services from a healthcare professional (doctor, nurse, etc.), the link below will take you the Canadian Hearing Services (CHS) Interpreting Services webpage and information about how to book an interpreter:
CHS will work with you to have an interpreter either virtually (online) or in person.
Canada’s Supreme Court ruled:
Sign language interpreters must be provided in the delivery of medical services where doing so is necessary to ensure effective communication (Eldridge v British Columbia (AG), (1997) 3 SCR 624).
It is a constitutional obligation for hospitals to provide interpreters for ASL patients.
Only ASL individuals who are professionally licensed are listed below. Their advertisements do not imply any endorsement of their products or services in any way whatsoever by Crossfire Assembly or Deaf Crossfire.