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Invisible-Care Inc. Announces Integration of Voyce Language Interpretation into Patient Care Platform Allowing for Improved Communication Between Caregivers and Health Rehabilitation Clients

December 15, 2021

TORONTO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Invisible-Care Inc., a community-based virtual attendant care service provider in Ontario that supports individuals through healthcare transitions, today announced the integration of Voyce, a virtual, on-demand language interpretation app that delivers immediate, seamless, and secure access to live, professional interpreters.

“Canada is one of the most diverse countries in the world. We respect the incredible diversity of people here and realize that not all people are able to speak English or French fluently”

Through this partnership, Voyce will connect Invisible-Care Inc. with a network of medically trained interpreters available on-demand, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, making attendant care more client-focused and personalized across Ontario.

“At Invisible-Care, our mission is to bridge the gap between healthcare and communities by providing real-time and personalized care solutions tailored to individual needs. Access to on-demand interpreters from Voyce aligns with our commitment to our community,” said Arthi Anthony, Director of Operations and Business Development at Invisible-Care Inc. “We live in a multilingual world and this partnership with Voyce enables us to improve client engagement through meaningful conversations, allows clients to access care in their own language, and ultimately enables us to provide enhanced support services of the highest quality.”

"Canada is one of the most diverse countries in the world. We respect the incredible diversity of people here and realize that not all people are able to speak English or French fluently,” said Voyce CEO Andrew Royce. “This partnership allows a remotely-accessed, live interpreter to see and hear critical information from both support worker and client on Invisible-Care’s virtual platform, which will eventually lead to enhanced and timely care, regardless of language spoken.”

Voyce offers interpretation services in 238 languages, including American Sign Language (ASL). Interpreters are reached via video or audio through the Voyce app, which is available on the App Store, Epic App Orchard Marketplace, and via several telehealth platforms including Zoom and

About Invisible-Care Inc.

Invisible-Care is a revolutionary new way to support attendant care. Created with the input of occupational therapists to meet attendant care needs while conserving funds for more rehabilitation. Our services are designed in alignment with our vision to provide innovative, effective, and individualized attendant care support of the highest quality through a collaborative and evidence-based approach. Our services include but are not limited to personal support, rehabilitation support, developmental support, client care coordination, and comprehensive reporting. For more information about Invisible-Care, visit our website

About Voyce

Voyce is a technology driven company deeply committed to helping people in need facing language barriers, enabling them to easily and quickly communicate and get help. Voyce’s professional and qualified language interpreters provide interpretation across a variety of technology and telehealth platforms in 238 languages and dialects, including American Sign Language. Across the U.S., Canada, U.K., and globally, Voyce supports thousands of sessions a day, providing language assistance to those in need. Learn more at


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