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  1. JacalynStover
    July 2, 2017 @ 8:15 pm

    I have tried to use the IRA 8008291040 to have free iqualified interpreters for hiring as business write off to doctors, hospitals and medical offices therapy too
    Another way is to emphasize the
    504 law that enforced the needs to have qualified interpreters at work, meetings, airports, public schools and hospitals.
    If one becomes deaf as lost hearing then you need learn sign language, lipread to understand what interpreter say with police, dr, any public person of all trades.


  2. Jeanne Lambert
    July 3, 2017 @ 1:47 pm

    This doesn’t give Deaf patients as the Hearing people.. 1) Hearing can hear cleary what doctors say when Deaf can not sure blurry TV with VRI. That shows no equal access to information!
    2) Deaf have to wait for TV to be fixed while pains are unbearable! Again that shows no equal access by waiting longer when it could be quickly solved if one gets live interpreter!


    • Jeanne Lambert
      July 3, 2017 @ 1:50 pm

      Sure should be replaced with see blurry TV. Autocorrect did that….


  3. Bruce Adelson
    July 7, 2017 @ 1:54 am

    Thank you for your comments. The federal law of effective communications for people with disabilities is complex, with many twists and turns. VRI, when operated correctly (for example, when the VRI image is clear and not blurry) and appropriately, as defined by federal law, can provide effective communications for deaf and hard of hearing people.


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