LIFESIGNS, Inc. strives to break down language barriers through our top quality services.
As the oldest and only nonprofit agency, we provide services to fit your communication requirements, whether it is through on-site interpreting or video relay interpreting services.
Video Remote Interpreting to meet your communication requirements through technology...
LIFESIGNS provides communication services to remove communication barriers to both parties involved, also to individuals, businesses, and organizations using qualified and certified interpreters.
Planning for Tax Time:
It isn't over!
Join us on Saturday, April 29, 2017, 9aM - 1PM. Learn about tax prep and the business of interpreting from Arlene Narvaez, B.S. Finance and California Registered Tax Preparer.
Pre registration fee starts at $40 and will continue until April 24, 2017. Registration fee after April 24 and at the door (cash or check only) will increase to $45.
Welcome to LIFESIGNS, Inc.
LIFESIGNS, Inc. was established in 1986 as a non-profit organization with the purpose of providing communication access through sign language interpreters to the deaf and hard of hearing communities of Southern California. Now, LIFESIGNS, Inc. is committed to building personal and professional relationships with all of our customers and the deaf community by providing qualified on-site sign language interpreters and video remote interpreters.
Sign Language Interpreter
LIFESIGNS, Inc. provides qualified and certified sign language interpreters for all settings and appointments. Please click on the icon to find out more information about the specific interpreting services we provide.
Video Remote Interpreting
LIFESIGNS VRI is uniquely positioned to offer VRI services because of its expansive history and experience working and partnering with city, county, state and federal agencies. We have stringent expectations of professionalism.
LIFESIGNS, Inc. understands that the field of sign language interpreting is complex. Please visit our Frequently Asked Questions section to learn more about the field and the deaf community in general.