Using the Listing
As of December 1, 2010, community interpreters in Wisconsin must
be licensed by
of Safety and Professional Services. (exit DHS)
In publishing this directory, the
Office for the
Deaf and Hard of Hearing makes no judgment or representation as to the qualifications,
competence or skills of any person listed herein. The selection, acceptability, and rate
of compensation is left, in all cases, to the user. ODHH has made every effort to publish correct and current information, the possibility of
change in any category does exist.
It is recommended that when you secure an interpreter, you agree on billing terms
prior to the assignment. If you are unsure as to what level of skill is needed for a
particular assignment, please contact the ODHH staff
for advice. Licensed interpreters will have a wallet size proof of license.
National certified interpreters who wish to be listed on this directory
must send a written request (email, fax, or letter) and the specifics to
be listed to Chantel Young at
Freelance List for American Sign Language (ASL) Interpreters (PDF,
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May 16, 2013