My friend Cynthia Dixon of 4 Ears, 4 Eyes created this awesome video-slide show presentation and posted it on her site. In it, she shows how to ask for the proper accommodations to suit your needs, and how to go about finding them.
[Editor’s Note: This is a slide show with embedded videos. In order to see and enjoy it, it is necessary for you to click the little play button and follow the sequence. It won’t “autoplay.”]
The video gives an excellent description of the different forms of interpreting and includes a fascinating introduction to tactile interpreting.
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