On Saturday, November 11, 2017, ASL Interpreter Referral Service, Inc. was presented with the New Jersey Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (NJRID) Collaborative Award in recognition of our commitment and support in working together to continue to provide the highest standards in the field of sign language interpreting.
Eileen Forestal, President of NJRID, presented the award to Kathy Kady-Hopkins, President of ASLIRS, Inc., at the NJAD & NJRID Biennial Conference held at the Aloft Hotel, Mount Laurel, NJ.
Can you tell we had a good time? Great to see new and old friends.
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.
What a 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 and CART. Thank you UCC intern students for helping out that day.
The Franklin Reporter & Advocate featured our 20th Anniversary Celebration!
ASLIRS 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.
Danielle and Dominick 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 the students take a class when they go to college. A few of the students expressed their desire to have an ASL class at their high school but it was not offered. The students were given information about the company along with branded take-homes so they could get connected to ASL clubs and do more research after.
ASLIRS is on the event committee and we welcome your support!
Join Us in the Fight Against Cancer!
Friday, May 6, 2016 ♦ The Palace at Somerset Park
Hosted by Dr. and Mrs. Michael Nissenblatt, the Night of Wine and Roses is a powerful and inspiring American Cancer Society event that unites New Jersey in the fight against cancer. Over the last six years alone, this event has raised over $1.5million dollars for cancer research, education, advocacy and service. Our 2016 Shining Star Honoree is Dr. Harish Malhotra and our 2016 Medical Honoree is Stephen K. Jones, FACHE, President and CEO of Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital and Robert Wood Johnson Health System.
Honor Your Loved One
Honor your loved one’s cancer journey by purchasing an advertisement in the 30th Annual Night of Wine and Roses Program Book. Opportunities range from $50to $3,000
The Program Book is distributed to over 400 gala attendees and also posted on the event website. Each year this Program Book raises over $50,000 for your local American Cancer Society.
To show your support, please complete and mail the program book form on the website or here.