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Sign language interpreter, community educator, and advocate for equal access.
Sign language interpreter, community educator, and advocate for equal access.

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A person who is hiring sign language interpreters for the first time may not be sure what to look for in a provider or agency. Ensuring quality interpreting services for Deaf individuals can be especially challenging to those who do not know American Sign Language and are unfamiliar with Deaf culture.
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It's that time of year!!! 2018 was a big one, so here are just a few of the many noteworthy Deaf and Hard of Hearing moments ~~ Please feel free to add to the discussion and leave your personal favorites in the comments!
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Innovative Inclusion was created out of our desire to help build more meaningful, productive relationships between professional organizations and their Deaf and Hard of Hearing employees, clients, customers, and the community as a whole!
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History is full of deaf women who changed the world forever, yet the names of these women and their accomplishments often get buried or left out of text books. This is why in 2014 Deaf Women United declared March as Deaf Women History Month, to celebrate on the incredible deaf women who make this world a better place. #InternationalWomensDay
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"It should be a priority for office staff and medical practitioners to understand deafness, as more than 15% of adults in America are living with some level of hearing loss; and more than 25% of people over 65 have disabling hearing loss." ASL Version for deaf audiences :)
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What were YOUR favorite Deaf Culture moments of 2017??
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Happy Holidays from LC Interpreting Services! "This year, we’d love to help the hearing population learn to spread a little Holiday Cheer to their deaf friends, family members, customers, or just complete strangers!"
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"Deaf people are highly practiced when it comes to navigating major rifts in communication, but in the event of a crisis their entire lives might hinge on this skill set. When you don’t even know there is a natural disaster, or a shooting, or a terrorist threat, how can you properly react?"
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"Language Deprivation among Deaf children is a preventable problem."
Great work by CAD (California Association of the Deaf) outlining the problems AND proposing the solutions to help d/Deaf children on the path to success!
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Cultural competency is not a feat, it is an opportunity! This is a chance to strengthen relationships within the organization, as well as relationships with customers, clients, and the community at large.
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