C4 Communication

Our Interpreters are Dynamite!

WHAT WE DO

We provide
dynamite
interpreters

for all your needs!

C4 Communication is based in Southern California with two offices, one in the Coachella Valley and one in Orange County, to serve you.

C4 Communication provides dynamite American Sign Language (ASL) interpreters who are covered with our award-winning liability & omission insurance. We are proud members of the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID). You can rest assured you are hiring the best Southern California has to offer.

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Click on the “Request an Interpreter” link on this site and complete the form. A representative of C4 Communication will be happy to assist you in providing dynamite interpreters for your next event.

About C4

C4 Communication launched is a Partnership, owned by Christopher Cardona & Carlos Cardona (C4). Christopher has worked with the National Association of the Deaf as an Education Advocate and presented workshops for the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf. He has organized Deaf Fairs and taught Beginning ASL classes to countless people in the local area. Christopher hold a Master degree in Applied Linguistics from the University of Massachusetts and a Business Administration degree from Columbia College. Owning an ASL Interpreting Referral Service has been a lifelong dream, which has now become a reality thanks to you.

Our staff at C4 Communication is here to serve you. We assist you in complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act by providing effective communication within any venue. Whether you need an interpreter for a local play, a church service, a concert, a doctor’s appointment, a legal appointment, a drag show, or a substitute to interpret at the local school district, we are here for you.

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Thank you for choosing C4 Communication. We look forward to earning your business.

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