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Interpreter Directory & Services

This directory is provided by the Idaho State Council for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing as a public service. The Council claims no responsibility for the services rendered by individuals listed within. Although used with permission, the information has been provided by the individuals themselves and has not been independently checked or verified. The Council’s intent is to provide the public with an up-to-date listing of sign language/oral interpreters for the deaf and hard of hearing in Idaho. Licensed interpreters are not required for private interpreting such as in churches, retail settings or individual conversations pursuant to Idaho Code Statute Title 54 Chapter 29 . To ensure an interpreter is licensed, please contact the Idaho Bureau of Occupational Licenses.

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    Effective July 1, 2018 changes were made to the “Speech and Hearing Services Practice Act” (IC § 54-2901 – IC § 54-2927) that could impact what you do when using a signed language interpreter in the State of Idaho. This Act does not mandate the use of a signed language interpreter but when a signed language interpreter is used for communication, that interpreter is required to hold a valid license through the Idaho Bureau of Occupational Licenses (IBOL).

    What is this about?

    Effective July 1, 2018 signed language interpreters are required to have a valid license from the Idaho Bureau of Occupations Licenses (IBOL) to interpret in the State of Idaho, with few exceptions. This Act does not mandate the use of a signed language interpreter

    Where does this requirement come from?

    This requirement is from IC § 54-2904(5)

    Can I ask if the interpreter is licensed?

    Yes, you can ask if the interpreter is licensed.

    Can I ask the interpreter to show me their license?

    Yes, the interpreter must have their license on them while working, either in paper format or digital format (a photo on their phone).

    Can I bring my own interpreter? (Family member, friend, child)

    No, interpreters must be licensed unless an exemption applies.

    When are interpreters exempt from needing a license in the State of Idaho?

    • ITP Students work under the supervision of licensed interpreters
    • Deaf Interpreter (Must be registered)
    • Certified Out-of-state Interpreters (Must be registered & not to exceed 30 days)
    • Religious setting such as a church, synagogue, or other worship setting
    • Private, non-commercial, family event
    • Inconsequential situation: level of significance is such as that a licensed interpreter would not be deemed necessary for effective communication
    • Temporarily in exigent/ emergency circumstance
    • Courts and court services (abide by ICAR Rule 52)

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      Effective July 1, 2018 changes were made to the “Speech and Hearing Services Practice Act” (IC § 54-2901 – IC § 54-2927) that could impact what you do when using a signed language interpreter in the State of Idaho. This Act does not mandate the use of a signed language interpreter but when a signed language interpreter is used for communication, that interpreter is required to hold a valid license through the Idaho Bureau of Occupational Licenses (IBOL).

      What is this about?

      Effective July 1, 2018 signed language interpreters are required to have a valid license from the Idaho Bureau of Occupations Licenses (IBOL) to interpret in the State of Idaho, with few exceptions. This Act does not mandate the use of a signed language interpreter

      Where does this requirement come from?

      This requirement is from IC § 54-2904(5)

      How do I know if I have to hire a licensed interpreter?

      An interpreter must always have a license from IBOL, unless an exemption applies.

      Do I always have to hire a signed language interpreter?

      No. Hiring a signed language interpreter depends upon individual preferences, accommodation requests, and organization policy. Please review your organizations policy regarding communication access.

      When are Signed Language Interpreters exempt from licensure?

      • Interpreting for school aged students in education and are authorized under the Idaho Educational Interpreter Act (IC § 33-1301 – IC § 33-1304)
      • Court (must abide by ICAR Rule 52)
      • Inconsequential situations (ordering food at a restaurant)
      • Private events (weddings, funerals, etc.)
      • Religious settings

      How can I find out if an interpreter is licensed?

      • You can ask the interpreter to show their license, it is required for them to have their license on them while working as an interpreter. You can also visit the Idaho Bureau of Occupational Licenses website – license search
      • 3 types of licenses:
        • SIGNP – Sign Language Interpreter Provisional
        • SIGNT – Sign Language Interpreter Out of State
        • SIGN – Sign Language Interpreter License
      • Deaf Interpreters are language specialists and are required to register with the State of Idaho – there is no license search for these specialists.

      Can we just change the job title of that interpreter to something else?

      No. The statute CLEARLY defines what constitutes someone who is interpreting regardless of the job title. If that person is functioning as an interpreter, they need to be licensed.

      We have an employee who can sign, do they need to be licensed?

      No. If the individual can sign, that is considered direct communication, NOT the act of interpreting.

      What about emergency situations? Must I find a licensed interpreter before proceeding?

      No. IC § 54-2905(h) states that in “exigent emergency circumstances,” you may use “temporary interpreting services until a qualified interpreter can be obtained.”

      When I need a signed language interpreter, where can I find one?

      • The Idaho Council for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing has an interpreter directory that provides information to directly contact interpreters for services, found further down on this page.
      • The Idaho Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf also has an interpreter directory you can find interpreters and contact them directly.
      • Depending on your area and availability of local interpreters, you may contact the Idaho Council for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing for additional contacts.

      If the person who is Deaf or Hard of Hearing brings a friend, family member, or child with them to interpret, can they serve as a client-appointed interpreter?

      No. If the client-appointed interpreter goes forth with interpreting, they could potentially edit the client’s message, add their own opinions, answer for the individual, or impede the development of the client relationship. A minor child cannot be used except in an emergency involving imminent threat to the safety or welfare of an individual or the public.

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      If you have any more questions regarding the Idaho code, please fill this out:

        Effective July 1, 2018 changes were made to the “Speech and Hearing Services Practice Act” (IC § 54-2901 – IC § 54-2927) that could impact what you do when using a signed language interpreter in the State of Idaho. This Act does not mandate the use of a signed language interpreter but when a signed language interpreter is used for communication, that interpreter is required to hold a valid license through the Idaho Bureau of Occupational Licenses (IBOL).

        What is this about?

        Effective July 1, 2018 signed language interpreters are required to have a valid license from the Idaho Bureau of Occupations Licenses (IBOL) to interpret in the State of Idaho, with few exceptions. This Act does not mandate the use of a signed language interpreter.

        Where does this requirement come from?

        This requirement is from IC § 54-2904(5)

        General License Information

        What are the requirements for obtaining a license?

        • Application submitted
        • 18 years of age
        • Pass a competency examination or achieved certification as defined by board rule
          • Both written and performance tests
        • Obtained High School diploma or equivalent
        • No felonies
        • License fee paid

        What credentials do I need to get a license from the Idaho Bureau of Occupational Licenses to interpret in Idaho?

        Certifications accepted – must be current and valid

        • RID
        • CASLI
        • NAD
        • BEI: Basic or intermediate (pre-2014)
        • Utah: Professional or Master level

        Accepted Exams: Require BOTH Written and performance – Can mix-and-match

        • Written
          • NIC, CDI, EIPA, or any state-issued interpreting generalist written exam
        •  Performance
          • EIPA 4.0+ or RID recognized exam, passed within past 20 years

        I’m certified, which means I’m licensed, right?

        No, you are required to apply for a license in addition to your certification to interpret in the state of Idaho.

        How do I apply for a license?

        • Go to IBOL Forms
        • Select and complete the form that corresponds with the license you are applying for

        What proof of documentation is needed for credentials?

        • If submitting a certification recognized by RID (excludes Ed:K-12), a copy of your current RID membership card is acceptable
        • If submitting certifications or passed exam results, these results need to be sent directly from the issuing body.

        What is the cost of a license?

        • Original License
          • Application fee                    $25.00
          • License fee                            $70.00
        • Provisional License
          • Application fee                    $25.00
          • Provisional Permit fee       $70.00
        • Out of State (Endorsement) License
          • Application fee                     $25.00
          • License fee                            $70.00
        • Deaf Interpreter Registration
          • No charge
        • Out of State Registration (work up to 30 days)
          • Registration fee                       $10.00

        Am I required to obtain Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for my license?

        Yes, interpreters are required to obtain 10 hours every year

        When does my license expire?

        The Original license will expire on your birthday with the exemption of the first year obtaining the license. Provisional licenses will expire 1 year after it was granted, and Out of State licenses will automatically expire December 31st of the year it was granted for. Check Idaho Bureau of Occupational License website under license search to confirm when you need to renew your license.

        When are interpreters exempt from needing a license in the State of Idaho?

        • ITP Students work under the supervision of licensed interpreters
        • Deaf Interpreter (Must be registered)
        • Certified Out-of-state Interpreters (Must be registered & not to exceed 30 days)
        • Religious setting such as a church, synagogue, or other worship setting
        • Private, non-commercial, family event
        • Inconsequential situation: level of significance is such as that a licensed interpreter would not be deemed necessary for effective communication
        • Temporarily in exigent/ emergency circumstance
        • Courts and court services (abide by ICAR Rule 52)

        Can my job title be changed, and I won’t need a license?

        No. The statute CLEARLY defines what constitutes someone who is interpreting regardless of the job title. If someone is functioning as an interpreter, they need to be licensed, exemptions apply.

        Provisional Permit

        I recently received my provisional license and there is a quarterly report due. Do I need to submit a quarterly report?

        If your license was granted during any time of the quarter the report is due for, yes. It does not matter if you were actively interpreting or not, a report is due if your license was active during the quarter.

        Where do I find the quarterly reports? How do I submit them?

        • Go to IBOL Forms
        • Follow the directions on the form to submit your quarterly report

        What settings can a provisional interpreter interpret?

        The settings allowed for an interpreter who is provisionally licensed depends entirely on the supervisor and provisional license holder’s agreement. This information can be found here

        How do I transition from a provisional license to an original license?

        • You need to submit an original license application with appropriate documentation and full license fee
        • When your original license is received, you need to submit your last quarterly report and CLEARLY state this will be the last quarterly report done up to the date you received your original license.

        Out of State License

        If certified or licensed in another state, you may work in Idaho up to 30 days/year.

        • Must register BEFORE working: $10/year
        • Must report after every DAY, or TIME PERIOD worked, within 5 days after working
          • Please note: Failure to report may result in disciplinary action
        • May apply for Idaho license to work without restriction

        *Out of State licenses follow the calendar year and ALL Out of State Licenses will expire December 31st of each year. (i.e. Out of State license was approved in November 2019, license will still expire December 31st, 2019)

        What is the difference between an endorsement license and out of state registration?

        • Applying for an endorsement license is the method for those who have a current license in another state with requirements substantially similar to Idaho’s. Those seeking licensure in Idaho for the first time and do not hold or have not ever held a license in another state should fill out the original license application.
        • Out of state registration allows work in Idaho up to 30 days per year and requires reporting each DAY worked in Idaho.

        Educational Interpreters

        Educational interpreters must meet requirements mandated by the Idaho Educational Interpreter Act (IC § 33-1301 – IC § 33-1304). If requirements by EIA are met, working in educational setting for school aged students is waived from licensure requirement

        • Interpreting for public school-aged STUDENTS only
        • Adults: License is required

        Working outside an educational setting for school aged students in public school requires a general license or exemption. If an interpreter does not meet the Idaho Educational Interpreter Act requirements, it is unlicensed practice

        Do educational interpreters need to pass a written knowledge test?

        The Idaho Educational Interpreter Act (IC § 33-1301 – IC § 33-1304) does not require a written test comment. Therefore, interpreters in educational settings working with school aged students are not required to have passed a written knowledge exam. However, as stated above, if interpreting for adults or outside of a public school setting, a license is required.

        Can educational interpreters, who meet qualifications for the Educational Interpreter Act, but are not licensed, interpret for adults who are Deaf or hard of hearing in a public school, K-12 setting? (IEP meetings, assemblies, parent-teacher conferences, etc.)

        No. The Idaho Educational Interpreter Act clearly defines an educational interpreter as “a person employed in the Idaho public schools, working with school aged students, to provide interpreting services to students who are deaf, hard of hearing or DeafBlind.”

        Can an educational interpreter interpret for school sponsored “after-school” and extracurricular activities?

        Yes. If the interpretation is ONLY for students.

        Can School Districts just change the job title of an educational interpreter to avoid following the Idaho Educational Interpreter Act?

        No. The statute CLEARLY defines what constitutes someone who is interpreting regardless of the job title they hold. If the employee functions as an interpreter, they need to meet the requirements in the Idaho Educational Interpreter Act.

        Who can interpret for a student in preschool?

        As of July 1, 2020, the Idaho Educational Interpreter Act now includes preschool aged students. Meaning all interpreters that work with students in a public school setting that is school aged now follow the Idaho Educational Interpreter Act (IC § 33-1301 – IC § 33-1304)

        Can someone with a provisional permit from IBOL interpret for adults who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing in an educational setting? (IEP meetings, assemblies, parent-teacher conferences, etc.)

        • Each provisional permit holder will have a plan with their supervisor specifying what settings and situations the provisional permit holder can interpret in. If there are no restrictions interpreting in these settings, then that is acceptable. For the list of Provisional Permit holders and their approved settings, that information can be found here
        • Please remember that an IEP meeting is a procedure to complete legally binding document and falls under a legal setting.

        Additional Resources

        Idaho Division of Occupational and Professional Licenses

        Idaho Bureau of Occupational Licenses FAQ

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          7-1-1

          To use relay services in Idaho, simply dial 7-1-1. Or call one of the toll free numbers below:

          Idaho Telecommunications Relay Service (TRS)

          TTY/ASCII 1.800.377.3529 Voice: 1.800.377.1363 Speech-to-Speech: 1.888.791.3004 Spanish-to-Spanish: 1.866.252.0684 If you have suggestions, comments, or concerns, please contact: Hamilton Relay Hamilton Relay provides traditional relay services for the state of Idaho including TTY, Voice Carry Over (VCO), Hearing Carry Over (HCO), Speech-to-Speech, Spanish-to-Spanish, and CapTel. When you connect with Idaho Relay, a Communication Assistant (CA) will connect on the phone with you. Simply give the CA the number you wish to call and your call will be processed promptly, professionally and accurately.

          CapTel

          Idaho offers CapTel through the Idaho Relay Service.  CapTel is a new technology developed by Ultratec, Inc., Madison, Wisconsin that allows individuals with hearing loss to view word-for-word captions of their telephone conversations.  This service is perfect for individuals who have good speech but do not hear well over the phone.

          Internet Relay

          Internet Relay (or IP Relay) gives those who are deaf, hard-of-hearing, or speech disabled the ability to place a relay call directly from a web browser.  Consumers can use any service provider they choose.  Below is a list of Internet Relay providers in alphabetical order:

          Video Relay Service (VRS)

          VRS uses communication assistants who are skilled interpreters to relay calls in sign language, rather than communication assistants to relay calls in text. Consumers can use any service provider they choose.  Below is a list of VRS providers in alphabetical order:

          Video Remote Interpreting (VRI) is a service utilizing video cameras to provide sign language interpreting services without an interpreter present. A typical VRI setup involves a deaf and hearing user at one location with a camera and television screen, and an interpreter at another location, typically a call center, who also has a camera and television screen. Both cameras offer video and audio connectivity, and the interpreter facilitates communication between the deaf and hearing users who are located together. The hearing person can be heard by the remote interpreter, who interprets into sign language that the deaf person can see on the television monitor. In turn, the deaf person signs to the camera and the interpreter can see what is being said, and then voices it for the hearing person to hear. The terms Video Remote Interpreting and Video Relay Service should not be confused. The latter was originally called Video Relay Interpreting, but the name was changed and now the terms refer to two separate and distinct services.

          Video Remote Interpreting Service Directory

          Sort or search the table below for an interpreter. Other sources of interpreters/interpreting in Idaho: Network Interpreting Service LLC Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf Idaho Bureau of Occupational Licenses (License Type: SIGN, SIGNP, SIGNT)

          Idaho Interpreters

          NamePhoneCitySpecialtiesDegree/CertificationsLicensed
          Alii Manley
          manlalis@isu.edu
          208-404-1276BoiseEIPA 4.9Yes
          Andy Snarr
          asnarr75@gmail.com
          402-321-0329BoiseYes
          Ann Flannery
          flanannery@gmail.com
          208-420-6354Twin FallsAllYes
          Ashley Camp
          ashleycamp@gmail.com
          208-982-0905MeridianEducationEIPA 4.0+Yes
          Brenda Jensen208-934-8787GoodingYes
          Brenna Andrew
          bandrew7@gmail.com
          208-539-3779CaldwellAllYes
          Brian Herdt
          bherdt91@gmail.com
          316-347-0139MeridianMedical, Post Secondary, ConferencesNICYes
          Caitlin Quiroz208-282-1486PocatelloYes
          Carol Anderson208-431-2572BurleyYes
          Caroline Allen509-218-4227Spokane, WAYes
          Casey Quiroz208-282-3599PocatelloYes
          Cindy Calhoun
          ccalhound1216@gmail.com
          208-807-7484BoiseCommunity, MedicalNAD VYes
          Clifford Hanks
          cliff@networkinterpretingservice.com
          208-312-2546Twin FallsEducation, Government, Business, Healthcare, Media, Conference, Families, LawYes
          Cynthia Elias208-350-4340EagleYes
          Daniell Hough208-880-8216CaldwellYes
          Davina Snow
          snowsark32@yahoo.com
          208-286-1156BoiseNative, Deaf interpreterRegistered DI
          Dawn Wells
          dawnwells@cabelone.net
          BoiseCommunity, Medical, Education (Post-secondary)NIC: MasterYes
          Deanna A. Stubbs
          asldinc5@gmail.com
          208-501-8793BoiseBusiness, Conference, Legal, Medical, Language specialistRegistered DI
          Deborah Arment
          starrmattid@aol.com
          208-630-3200MeridianCommunity, Legal, Medical, Conferences, Mentoring, Emergency, Coordinating, Consulting, Private practice, Performing ArtsMS, CSC, CI and CTYes
          Elizabeth (Lizzi) Wagner
          lizzi.bowling@gmail.com
          208-771-4588Coeur D'AleneEducationYes
          Elizabeth Cram208-934-4457GoodingYes
          Elizabeth Schniedewind208-373-1765MeridianYes
          Eloisa Williams
          eloisawill@gmail.com
          509-999-1280Spokane, WABusiness, Conference, Mental Health, Video remote interpreting (VRI)NICYes
          Emily Turner208-282-5341Idaho FallsYes
          Frances Bennett
          fbinterpreting@gmail.com
          703-635-4167EagleBusiness, Conference, Education (K-12), Education (Post-secondary), Community, Government, Legal, Medical, Mental Health, Performing Arts, Tactile, Video Remote Interpreting (VRI)NIC: Master, SC: LegalYes
          Heather Fultz
          heather.fultz@iesdb.org
          208-539-5873JeromeEducation, Community, MedicalMS, CI and CTYes
          Holly C. Higby208-567-3237EmmettYes
          Holly Kohler
          hollyakohler@gmail.com
          208-440-4888MeridianCommunity, Education (K-12)NICYes
          Holly Thomas-Mowery
          holly.thomasmowery@gmail.com
          208-392-3888BoiseLegal, Platform, Sign to Voice, ConferenceNIC: Master, SC: LegalYes
          Idaho Independent Interpreters
          idaho-independent-interpreters@googlegroups.com
          Treasure Valley & Magic ValleyGroup of independent interpreters providing interpreting servicesYes
          Jacalyn Marosi
          jacsmarosi@gmail.com
          208-769-7715Coeur d'AlenePerforming Arts, Mental HealthM. Ed., NIC, CIYes
          Jami Stirewalt208-571-6787GoodingYes
          Janette Lovell208-241-9556NampaYes
          Jill Jansen
          jilljansen6@gmail.com
          208-590-2385BoiseCommunity, Educational, Performing Arts, ReligiousNICYes
          Jill Muir
          muirs@cableone.net
          208-999-0651BoiseVarietyYes
          JoAnne Dobecki Shopbel
          jdshopbell@cabelone.net
          208-731-2198Twin FallsLegal/Judicial, Medical, Mental Health, Community, Small/Large GroupYes
          Joelynne Ball
          joelynne.ball@gmail.com
          208-880-6216BoiseEducation, Government, Business Post Secondary, Education, Community ConferencesCI, CTYes
          June Flannery
          juneflannery@mindspring.com
          208-412-1836BoiseTechnical Settings, Platform, Medical, Post Secondary, Workshops/Training, ConferencesYes
          Karen Nelson
          alfalfaterp@yahoo.com
          208-371-0744BoiseOne on One, Small Group, EducationNICYes
          Karen Warwick
          karenwarwick@gmail.com
          719-287-0989Coeur d'AleneLegalCI, CT, SC: LegalYes
          Kristina Kulik208-432-2045FilerYes
          Kristy Buffington
          kristybuffington@gmail.com
          208-293-2406Twin FallsBusiness, Community, Medical, Performing Arts, Tactile, Close VisionNICYes
          Lara John
          larayjohn@gmail.com
          208-402-6008 (VP)MeridianAllRegistered DI
          Lauren Seale208-505-0529MeridianNICYes
          LaVona Andrew
          lavondrew@gmail.com
          208-890-5032BoiseBusiness, Government, Post-secondary, Mental health, Medical, Performing arts, Conference, Platform, Legal, Sign to voiceCI, CT, NIC: Master, ED:k-12, CoreCHIYes
          Leslie A. Rogers
          garringerl@gmail.com
          208-365-7663EmmettK-12 Education, Religious, Community, VRSNICYes
          Lester L Leckron, Jr.253-330-1510Spokane, WAYes
          Lisa Alexander-Santos202-460-9033PocatelloYes
          Lynne Smith
          gmalynne171207@gmail.com
          208-514-7500BoiseMedical, Small Group, Education, One-on-One, Tactile Sign NIC MasterYes
          Mark Harris
          mrharris7@gmail.com
          702-771-5433Coeur d'AleneMedical, Business, Government, Post-secondary Education, Outdoor AdventureCI and CT, CHIYes
          Marlene Fitch
          marlene.fitch@gmail.com
          208-871-0818BoiseVideo Relay, Educational , Some medicalYes
          Mary Shawver
          terpintime@gmail.com
          208-850-1593BoiseEducationM.Ed., NIC, CI and CT, NAD IV, RID:K-12Yes
          Megan Asurizaga208-312-3947PaulYes
          Melanie Vincent
          melanievincent@gmail.com
          208-861-7695KunaNICYes
          Michelle Schoonderwood
          michellechloe7@gmail.com
          602-568-3113CaldwellMedical, Post-secondary, Community, Business, Education, VRI (Video Remote Interpreting)CI and CT, NIC Master, EIPA 4.0+Yes
          Mike Smith
          burrabbit@gmail.com
          208-761-5794MiddletonVRI, Legal, Medical, Government, Mental health, Performing arts, Conference, BusinessNIC: Advanced, SC: LegalYes
          Patti Durham
          pattidurham10@gmail.com
          208-249-5317BoiseEarly Childhood, K-12, Post Secondary, Medical, Mental Health, Legal, Platform, Religious, TheatricalYes
          Paula Dunn714-267-2456ColburnYes
          Peggy D. Kennedy208-340-9111EagleYes
          Phebe Mack
          phebemack@gmail.com
          CaldwellNICYes
          Quigg Illuminate Interpreting, LLC
          quiggilluminateinterpreting@gmail.com
          208-207-5883 (VP/Voice)
          208-380-5281 (Text)
          East IdahoInterpreting agency serving eastern Idaho
          Rachel Miller
          rhsinterpreting@gmail.com
          954-601-7802MeridianBEI BasicYes
          Roger Biles
          asl.biz.e.fingers@gmail.com
          951-765-7185BoiseVideo Relay, Medical, Education, CommunityCI and CTYes
          Sarah Kastning406-763-6687Coeur d'AleneYes
          Sarah Spellman
          aslladybug@gmail.com
          951-805-1790BoiseAllNADYes
          Shannon Stowe208-324-1177JeromeYes
          Sharon Campbell208-293-7854Twin FallsYes
          Shawn Hardesty
          shawnhardesty@gmail.com
          509-879-3173Pullman, WAMA, CI, CT, NIC: Adanced, SC: LegalYes
          Shelia Robertson
          handtalker30@gmail.com
          208-861-3667BoiseBusiness, Conference, Education (K-12), Post-secondary, Community, Government, Medical, Mental Health, Performing Arts, VRI, Video Relay Interpreting (VRS)Masters of Education - Deaf Education, NIC: AdvancedYes
          Sierra McIver
          sierradmciver@gmail.com
          208-869-7011BoiseDeafBlind, Education, CommunityNICYes
          Steven G. Stubbs
          stubbs.services@gmail.com
          208-501-8793BoiseNative Signer/Minimal Language Skills Deaf InterpreterCDI, CLIP-RYes
          Sue Maynard
          summ11@aol.com
          MiddletonAllYes
          Susanne Buckley
          susannebuckley@gmail.com
          208-559-4660BoiseMedical, Mental health, Educational, ReligiousMaster Degree, CI, CTYes
          Suszan G. Cadwell-Reed208-934-4457GoodingYes
          Teresa V. Ford
          tfordinterpreting@gmail.com
          208-755-0278RathdrumPost-secondary, Medical, VRI, CommunityYes
          Timothy Hughes
          elderafrica@gmail.com
          RexburgEducation, Video RelayNICYes
          Tracey Teske
          208-901-2141Twin FallsEducational, MedicalYes
          Valerie Sturm
          valsturm@gmail.com
          208-201-6280RexburgTactile, Legal, Oral, Typewell TranscriptionYes
          Verla Valentine
          fingerspell@msn.com
          208-870-3664BoiseMedical, Hospital, Clinics, One on one, Mental health, Platform, Educational, University, Private conferences, ConsultationsYes
          Wes Maynard
          208-608-8375BoiseAllLMSW, MBA, CI and CT, NIC MasterYes
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