Precautions for Sign Language Interpreters Working COVID-19 Response Assignments

Association of Medical Professionals with Hearing Loss shares the precautions for ASL interpreters working in COVID-19 response assignments. How to protect yourself now, including:

-What to know before you go

-Bring your own PPE

-Other items to bring

-Arrival times

-Reading the signs

-Greeting your DHHDB clients

etc. Click here to read the full article from AMPHL.

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