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Johns Hopkins International Language Access Services Brittney A. Moore, MA, NIC, ED:K-12, Utah:Professional Sarah E. Biello, MA, NIC, CHI, MHIT
Agenda 5 Signs Why we’re here The Deaf Patient The ASL Interpreter Working Together Things to Remember Contact Us Questions 2
Why we’re here… Rehabilitation Act of 1973 Americans with Disabilities Act 1990 The Joint Commission 5
The Deaf Patient 6 ASL DEAF TACTILE PSE ORAL Family Deaf- Blind CUED Late- Deafened SEE Main- streamed Home Signs
HELLO MY NAME … 7
The ASL Interpreter Profession 1964 Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf –Ethics/CPC –Degree –EPS (Complaints) –CEUs Preparation 8
Working Together Making the Appointment –LAS 4-4685 –15 Minute Cushion Time Arrival –Timesheets –Identifying Patient –Patient’s Rights 9
Working Together Patient is brought back Small talk Vitals History Nurse/Resident/Doctor Arrive Positioning Clarifying Patient Respect Check-out Timesheets 10
DEAF HEARING 11
Things to Remember The Deaf person is the patient Speak normally, gesture freely, be yourself Interpreters are members of the healthcare team We sign everything we hear and voice everything we see Agency interpreters 12
YES NO 13
Contact Us! Feedback! (+, -) firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org - Scheduler email@example.com - Supervisor 14
Working with Interpreters in the Classroom Kathleen Darroch PEN-International April, 2004.
Brief History of Deaf America Unit 12 ASL II Laurent Clerc (deaf teacher) came to US to help Thomas Gallaudet (hearing American) start America’s.
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Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students 101 And the Interpreters that come with them.
CULTURE Why is the Deaf Community considered to have a culture?
1.02 Strategies that can improve communication 1.02 Strategies that can improve communication.
Health, Language and Culture. Imagine the experience of our culturally diverse patients. Language and cultural barriers A very different healthcare system.
Survival ASL! American Sign Language Level I. A little bit about ASL What to do when you meet a Deaf person for the first time Learn basic introductory.
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Different Methods of Communication ASL MCE Group Signing Bilingual -- Bicultural.
Patient Communication 101. Pre Question #1 ____ % of words in a message are conveyed through verbal communication? 1. 38% 2. 7% 3. 55% 4. None of the.
Meet Rosina. deaf Someone who is deaf cannot hear anything or can hear very little. My sister is deaf, so I use sign language to talk with her.
Video Remote Interpreting “Finding the Best Fit” Douglas Newton, CSC, SC: L.
Unit 2 Tell your story.. Classroom Words DRAW WRITE JOT-DOWN RIGHT WRONG Good Bad Art skill?
Welcome to ASL class! Ms. Bechtold ASL Fun Facts: Welcome to ASL class! Ms. Bechtold ASL Fun Facts: There is no universal sign language ASL does not.
Barriers To Communication Allied Health II. Communication Barrier Anything that gets in the way of clear communication. 3 common barriers Physical disabilities.
Welcome to Mrs. Novak’s class Strive for the impossible and be extraordinary! Arizona College Prep Erie Campus Erie Campus.
Volunteer Training YOUR VOICE MATTERS: WE ARE LISTENING.
Unit 12 Talking About Routines. ME TENDEVERY-MORNING(activities in sequence using FINISH) EVERY-AFTERNOON EVERY-NIGHT ARRIVE HOME TIME+#
1.02 Factors that affect communication 1.02 Factors that affect communication.
Interpreter Beckie Zimmerman Shelbe Mascaro Allison Wolf Rashel Taylor.
Karen Downs and Regina Kiperman-Kiselgof National Technical Institute for the Deaf Center on Employment.
William Vicars (Bill) EdD American Sign Language Teachers Association Certified.
Things to Consider When Working with a Deaf Service User Prevalence of mental health in deaf population ¼ of the whole population have mental health problems.
Presented by: Dan “DP” Foley and Tara Kelly Date: March 27, 2012.
Do Now Challenge Yourself! Go onto YouTube and look for a video to learn the ASL numbers 1 – 10.
1 ACCESSIBILITY STANDARDS RELATED TO INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES BILL LUTHER FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION WASHINGTON, D.C.
Chapter 16 - Gestures and sign languages1 Types of gestures Iconics Deictics Beats Types of sign languages Alternate sign languages Primary.
Unit One Welcome! Unit One Objectives To learn proper greetings and farewells in ASL To introduce yourself and others To learn basic ASL sentence structure.
Face-to-Face Sign Language Interpreting Susan Wolf-Downes, MS Executive Director Northeast Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services, Inc.
1 When I’m at work: Working on a committee. 2 You will learn about: what a committee is what a workplace committee is what people on workplace committees.
Game Management Pre-GameGame Preparation Pre-Game ConferenceGame Behavior.
Nadder Al-Ajmi. Sign language is known for being an effective tool of communication for those that are deaf, hard of hearing and deafened. However sign.
Resources for Adult Students with Hearing Impairments Sumana Silverheels Disability Services Buffalo State.
“Hearing” the “Voices” of Patients who are Deaf or Hard-of-Hearing Rachel Kolb March 18, 2016.
“See What I Mean” Differences between Deaf and Hearing Cultures This video will show you some of differences between Deaf culture vs. hearing culture.
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Anything that gets in the way of clear communication is a communication barrier 3 common ones: Physical Disabilities Psychological attitudes and prejudices.
Basic Sign Language and CERT Training CERT Conference March 3, 2013 Kathryn A. Gerk, Richmond Fire CERT Colette Ferran, Long Beach CERT Chelsea Brown,
English is our 2nd language Reading and writing in English is at best challenging if not overwhelming ASL is our 1st language.
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