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Cdi's, Deaf interpreters
Boult
post Mon Jan 19, 2004, 05:04 PM
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Just realized that this thread is in captioning thread... hmm what does this have to do with captioning? I guess I'll move it to appropriate section....
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Just came across this thread . . .it's OLD!!!

A certified deaf interpreter is someone who works with a hearing interpreter in serious situations, like legal or medical or mental health or with a person who has MLS (minimal language skills). Because the deaf interpreter IS deaf, they can pick up things in ASL that a hearing interpreter might not get. Same thing like a foreigner might not get some of the subtleties of English.

Wiggums, why do you say ASL is "dumbing down"?
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