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Glyph Language Services Company Profile

01:27 EST 14th December 2018 | BioPortfolio

Glyph Language Services began as the translation and interpreting division of Seattle Language Academy in 1996. In September of 2001, with one employee, one computer and a less-than-ideal launch date, Glyph Language Services was spun off as a separate company. Since its creation, Glyph has successfully implemented growth strategies that have allowed the company to double in size several times over. Because of our belief in the value of individual work styles, Glyph has created a culture of flexibility and optimization of individual employee strengths. This translates into an unmatched level of dedication towards our clients and enormous pride in the quality of the services we provide. With a growing core of loyal clients, including several Fortune 500 companies, Glyph is embarking on the next phase in the expansion of its operations, providing new customers and its own employees alike with unparalleled opportunities for excellence and competitivity.

Location

307 Third Avenue South, Suite 520
Seattle
Washington
98104
United States of America

Contact

Phone: 1 206.315.0994
Fax: 1 480.247.4965
Email: info@glyphservices.com


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Early language exposure is predictive of language skills and IQ in school-age children

1. Language-based interactions between children 18 to 24 months of age and adults predicted intelligence quotient (IQ), verbal comprehension, and expressive and receptive language skills at 9 to 13 ye...

Bilinguals use inter-language transfer to deal with dyslexia

(FECYT - Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology) Dyslexic children learning both a language that is pronounced as written --like Spanish -- and a second language in which the same letter can ha...

Sign language reveals the hidden logical structure, and limitations, of spoken language

Sign languages can help reveal hidden aspects of the logical structure of spoken language, but they also highlight its limitations because speech lacks the rich iconic resources that sign language use...

Children take longer to learn two languages at once compared to just one -- don't fret

(Florida Atlantic University) Bilingual children from immigrant families are not two monolinguals in one. They develop each language at a slower pace because their learning is spread across two langua...

Bilingual therapy is vital to improve language disorders in dual-language children, finds study

New research has found that providing bilingual therapy is vital to improving developmental language disorders in dual-language children.

The Global Online Language Learning Market is forescasted to grow at a CAGR of 17. ...

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The Man Who Lost His Language Overnight

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Why Choo-Choo is Better for Baby's Language Skills Than Train

FRIDAY, Aug. 3, 2018 -- Baby talk may sound silly, but it speeds infants' language development, a new study suggests. Researchers in Scotland recorded people talking to 47 infants whose language devel...

PubMed Articles [1406 Associated PubMed Articles listed on BioPortfolio]

Service Provision for Children Who Are Hard of Hearing at Preschool and Elementary School Ages.

To characterize preschool and school services for children who are hard of hearing (CHH), we described service setting, amount, and configuration and analyzed the relationship between service receipt ...

Understanding Dyslexia in the Context of Developmental Language Disorders.

The purpose of this tutorial is to discuss the language basis of dyslexia in the context of developmental language disorders (DLDs). Whereas most studies have focused on the phonological skills of chi...

Language Sample Practices With Children Who Are Deaf and Hard of Hearing.

In this study, we aimed to identify common language sample practices of professionals who work with children who are Deaf/hard of hearing (DHH) who use listening and spoken language as a means to bett...

How Can We Overcome the Challenges of Providing School-Based Fluency Services?

Providing speech and language services in the school setting can be challenging, especially for complex problems such as stuttering and other fluency disorders. Speech-language pathologists (SLPs) fee...

Identifiers of Language Impairment for Spanish-English Dual Language Learners.

The purpose of this study was to determine if a standardized assessment developed for Spanish-English dual language learners (SEDLLs) differentiates SEDLLs with language impairment (LI) from children ...

Clinical Trials [1604 Associated Clinical Trials listed on BioPortfolio]

Cost Effectiveness of Language Services in Hospital Emergency Departments (EDs)

Numerous studies suggest that the use of in-person, professionally trained medical interpreters can reduce health care costs associated with diagnosing and treating patients with limited E...

Language Therapy in British Sign Language

In the United Kingdom, the language of the Deaf community is British Sign Language (BSL). A small proportion of Deaf young people who use BSL as their first or dominant language have speci...

Validation of an Automated Online Language Interpreting Tool - Phase Two.

There is a pressing national need to provide higher-quality, more effectively accessible language interpretation services to improve the health outcomes of Americans who have limited Engli...

The Use of a Language Toolkit for Toddlers

To investigate whether young children with isolated expressive language delay benefit from early intervention with a simple language toolkit and brief instructions provided to their caregi...

NICU Parent Education Program

The purpose of this study is to adminster one of two education programs to parents of preterm infants in the NICU to evaluate language and cognitive outcomes of their infants.

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