CHALLENGES IN DEAF-BLIND INTERPRETING: Then and Now
This article describes the growth in the field of interpreting services for deaf-blind people. Increased demands in an increasing array of settings have created the need to use new skills. Flexibility is necessary to provide a broad range of services to meet the unique and diverse communication needs of individuals who are deaf-blind. VIEWS, vol.14, #11, December 1997, p.16
Jolley, Carolyn CI., "CHALLENGES IN DEAF-BLIND INTERPRETING: Then and Now" (1997). Interpreting. 63.