I DON'T DO DEAF-BLIND
The purpose of this article is to recruit interpreters to become skilled in working with Deaf-Blind people. The shortage of Deaf-Blind interpreters is discussed. The author encourages interpreters to attend an American Association of the Deaf-Blind convention or attend a Deaf-Blind workshop or training opportunity to experience this type of interpreting. Also listed are eight additional ways to get started in the field. VIEWS, vol.14, #11, December 1997, p.1
Jacobs, Rhonda CI. and CT., "I DON'T DO DEAF-BLIND" (1997). Interpreting. 65.