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ASL was at UCC Deafest

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ASL was at UCC Deafest in Cranford, NJ on Saturday, April 22nd.  Over 100 exhibitors attended and it was great to see old and new friends. These workers are incredible who have passion being in the community.… more>>

Our Holiday Message 2016

Our 2016 Holiday video

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ASL Connect

What img_4201a beautiful Fall day it was on Friday, November 4th at the NJ School for the Deaf connecting with students, parents and community to foster ASL world. ASL Interpreter Referral Service, Inc was there to answers questions about interpreters … more>>

Watch the video from our 20th Anniversary Celebration!

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Our 20th Anniversary Celebration!

kathy-chris2The Franklin Reporter & Advocate featured our 20th Anniversary Celebration!… more>>

njdshASLIRS supports New Jersey Deaf Senior Housing Organization. The upcoming  fourth annual NJDSH Fashion Show and Gift Basket Auction will be at the Pines Manor in Edison on Saturday, May 14th. It was featured in My Central Jersey newspaper.more>>

Montgomery High School 4/28

Danielle and montgomeryDominick went to Montgomery High School on April 28th 2016 to represent ASLIRS and explain the interpreting field to the students at their career night. The pair enlightened the students about why ASL interpreters are important and suggested … more>>

A Night of Wine and Roses 2016

ASLIRS is on the event committee and we welcome your support!nightofwineandroses2016
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Friday, May 6, 2016
  ♦ The Palace at Somerset Park

Hosted by Dr. and Mrs. Michael Nissenblatt, the Night of Wine and … more>>

An ASLIRS Christmas …

DSC_0199Everyone at ASLIRS, Inc. enjoyed our office party complete with Secret Santa gifts!  We hope you enjoyed the holiday season and wish you all a Happy & Healthy New Year!  (Not pictured are Kim Asack and Carolyn Lance)

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Rutgers University Catholic Center

RUCCOn November 14, 2015, ASL Interpreter Referral Service, Inc provided a wonderful space and luncheon at Rutgers University Catholic Center to support the first event for the Deaf Blind Community Access Network of New Jersey that came together to share … more>>