INTERPRETING FOR INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE DEAF-BLIND: Standard Practice Paper
The amount and type of vision and hearing a person has determines the type of interpreting that will be most effective. This document provides an overview of interpreting for individuals who are deaf-blind including communication modes, environmental considerations, professional standards for interpreters, and a brief description of support service providers (an additional service that an individual who is deaf-blind may request). This document is available on the web at: http://www.rid.org/UserFiles/File/pdfs/Standard Practice Papers/Drafts June 2006/Deaf-Blind SPP(1).pdf
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