Chanelle Dunn

Four Ways to Interpret for the Deafblind

I'm Deaf, Usher Syndrome

Very interesting.

The 3rd way is my tactile signing that I use to communicate verbally. It’s “touching” normal sign language that I used before my vision worsened.

I use CART for listening to presentations. It’s a type of stenography, like a court reporter.

Four different ways to interpret for Deafblind participants #CDPD2030LAC

Posted by Colin Allen on Friday, October 23, 2015

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