Interpreting for deaf-blind students: factors to consider.

@article{Petronio1988InterpretingFD,
  title={Interpreting for deaf-blind students: factors to consider.},
  author={Karen Petronio},
  journal={American annals of the deaf},
  year={1988},
  volume={133 3},
  pages={
          226-9
        }
}
Ten deaf-blind college students were interviewed to find out what they need and want from sign language interpreters. This information was combined with findings from observations of many deaf-blind interpreting situtations. The focus of this article includes the following four areas: 1) types of signing; 2) modifications to the signing; 3) visual information that needs to be conveyed; and 4) other factors that will influence deaf-blind interpreting situations. 

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