A PROCESS MODEL FOR DEAF-BLIND INTERPRETING
This paper addresses the need for a theoretical model of interpreting for people who are both deaf and blind, lays out a version of a process model based on the works of Colonomos, Cokely and Seleskovitch, and then expands this model, viewing it through the lens of Deaf-Blind interpreting. A checklist is included as an appendix for use in interpreter training. Journal of Interpretation
Jacobs, Rhonda, "A PROCESS MODEL FOR DEAF-BLIND INTERPRETING" (2005). Interpreting. 48.