COMMUNITY COMMITMENT TO NURTURING DEAF-BLIND INTERPRETERS
This article outlines three programs available in the Seattle area for Deaf-Blind people and interpreters. The first is a mentoring program offered through the Deaf-Blind Service Center in Seattle. The second is a five-credit course on Deaf-Blind Interpreting that has been added as a required course for all interpreting students. This class is now offered each year during the fall quarter and is co-taught by a Deaf-Blind person and an interpreter. The third offering is the week-long retreat hosted by Seattle Lighthouse for Deaf-Blind people. It is planned, lead and directed by Deaf-Blind people. VIEWS, vol.14, #11, December 1997, p.22
Galeota, Marthalee, "COMMUNITY COMMITMENT TO NURTURING DEAF-BLIND INTERPRETERS" (1997). DeafBlind Mentoring. 1.