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SIGN 330 Interpreting for Special Populations within the De
The course examines various special populations interpreters encounter in their work. Examples include specific deaf and hard of hearing consumers who present unique interpreting challenges such as those who communicate orally, persons who are both deaf and blind and those classified as having minimal language skills (MLS). Course content includes lecture and skill building opportunities.