Language services for Social Services

Delivering social services to limited English Proficient (LEP) individuals can be a challenge for both parties because of the language and cultural differences. Social services organizations working with LEP clients rely on trained interpreters and translators to bridge communication gaps and support them in making important life, health, and wellbeing decisions. AccuracyNow provides trained and culturally aware interpreters who are fluent in more than 150 languages.

Ensuring Language is Never a Barrier

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languages that we provide interpretation, translation, and transcription services
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of the population in Cincinnati speaks another language than English at home*
*U.S. Census Bureau
different languages commonly spoken in Ohio

Why AccuracyNow? Learn how we can help

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Cost effective and flexible

We offer professional language services at extremely competitive prices so you can focus on providing the best services for your limited English proficient (LEP) individuals and families. It is our goal to accommodate our clients’ budgetary constraints to find a mutually beneficial solution.

Tailored to your needs

We understand that every organization is unique. That is why we strive to provide solutions for your exact needs. Whether you require an interpreter for a planned or unplanned situation, on-site or over-the-phone, AccuracyNow has a solution for you.

Improved Client Experience and Outcomes

Utilizing a trained interpreter in social services will not only remove the language barrier between the social worker and the client, but it will also have a positive impact on the quality of care and the level of client satisfaction. Professional interpretation reduces communication errors and enhances comprehension of service plans.

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“AccuracyNow not only provides our organization with quality interpreting services, but they invest their time to really understand our organization’s mission, services, and needs. This makes them a perfect partner for us!”
Adalicia Carrillo, LPCC-s
Director of Crisis and Outpatient Services Butler Behavioral Health