Cambodian Translation Services
Do you serve clients who speak Cambodian and other Southeast Asian languages? If your business is located in the greater Lowell area, Boston, Lexington, Peabody, Waltham, Lynn, or Fall River, it’s likely that you do. Serving these clients is challenging, as linguistic and cultural barriers can hinder effective communication between you and your clients.
At Cambodian Mutual Assistance Association (CMAA), we have over 25 years of experience in delivering effective, culturally, and linguistically appropriate services to the Southeast Asian community. We are expanding our services to include affordable and culturally sensitive interpretation and translation services in Cambodian and other Southeast Asian languages. Our interpreters are highly skilled in communication that involves complex language, body systems, and concepts/procedures of Western biomedicine. And by choosing a CMAA interpreter, you are supporting a community-based non-profit organization.
Our interpreters are certified in the Bridging the Gap (BTG) Interpreter Training Program by the Cross Cultural Health Care Program – the organization established in 1992 in Seattle, WA in response to concerns from ethnic minority communities about the lack of culturally appropriate health care services.
Ronnie Mouth is a certified medical interpreter; she does medical and social service interpretation and translation on a daily basis. In addition to interpretation and translation, Ronnie works as a program manager of a homeless prevention program that help stabilize housing for those at risk of losing their home or homelessness.
She has been working with Cambodian Mutual Assistance Association (CMAA) since 1997 in various capacities; she has assisted hundreds and hundreds of refugees/asylees and immigrants with a wide range of needs. For price quote, please call Ronnie at 978 454 6200, Ext 1000
Brian Chen is a certified interpreter. He is very knowledgeable in medical and immigration terminologies and has years of experiences with interpretation and translation services. He has been working with CMAA for over 10 years in various capacities.
Besides interpretation and translation, Brian manages a Monorom Family Support program offering developmentally disabled children and their families such services as case management, crisis intervention, parents support groups, special education advocacy, transportation etc. Brian is a graduate of University of Massachusetts, Amherst major in forestry management. For price quote, please call Brian at 978 454 6200, Ext 1026