Working with children in court

//Working with children in court

Working with children in court

Court cases involving children are often more challenging and—in turn—rewarding than most. Cases where minors are involved require the most talented, considerate and empathetic staff possible. They require the interpreters, Guardian ad Litem, justices of the court and social workers to exhibit their utmost professional, personal and interpersonal strength. We at Arara offer interpreters who are well-trained and over qualified in their fields, but most importantly, they possess the interpersonal skills necessary to achieve a positive environment of understanding while serving the courts.

Interested in our language solution services? Visit our home page www.araralanguagesolutions.com for more information on the language services we offer. We serve the Roanoke Valley and surrounding areas!

Check out this unaffiliated webpage for more information about Guardian ad Litem and Deaf Child Meetings. http://www.interpretereducation.org/tim/video-series/highly-effective-court-interpreting-teams-in-action/guardian-ad-litem-and-deaf-child-meetings/

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