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Interpreting for Deaf-Blind Individuals

Interpreters for individuals who are deaf-blind interpret information from one mode and/or language to another. Interpreters for individuals who are deaf-blind use the style of communication that is the best fit for the individual e.g., tactile sign language, close or restricted vision sign language, tactile fingerspelling, etc.

An Annotated Bibliography on Deaf-Blind Interpreting (Fourth Edition)

DeafBlind Interpreting National Training and Resource Center

Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf: Deaf-Blind Member Section

The National Consortium of Interpreter Education Centers

#WhyISignPTASL (Videos from the DeafBlind Interpreting National Training and Resource Center)

103 Haptic Signals - A Reference Book

A Guidebook for Educational Sign Language Interpreters: Making Accommodations for Students with Combined Vision and Hearing Losses

Comparison of Possible Supports for Students Who Are DeafBlind

Curriculum Guide for Infusing Deaf-Blind Interpreting into an Interpreter Education Program

Deaf-Blind Training, Interpreting & Professional Development (DB-TIP) – Earn RID CEUs

Interpreting Strategies for Students Who Are Deafblind: An Interactive Training Tool for Educational Interpreters

Learn More About Interpreting

National Task Force on Deaf-Blind Interpreting

Process Model for Deaf-Blind Interpreting Webinar

Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID) VIEWS Articles

Strategies on Infusing Deaf-Blind Related Content into the IEP Curriculum – A Share Shop Amongst Instructors

Supporting Individuals Who Are DeafBlind: Interpreters, Interveners, and Support Service Providers

Video Examples of Deaf-Blind Interpreting

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