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The informational resources available on this page are designed to provide an introduction to various topics of interest to people who are deaf, deafblind and hard of hearing, their families and those who provide services or work with people with hearing loss. 

If you have questions after reviewing any of these resources, please contact us for more information.

How to find and work with interpreters The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires state and local governments, businesses and nonprofit organizations to provide communication access to people who are deaf and hard of hearing. For many deaf people, this means providing an American Sign Language/English interpreter. This fact sheet tells you how to find an interpreter, and offers tips to make your experience working with an interpreter smooth. Text at top reads "How to find and work with interpreters." A woman with dark brown hair has her hands out palms down in front of her. Another woman with light brown hair, and a man with dark brown hair are facing her and smiling. Last Modified: 1/1/0001 Size: 0 Author: Categories: Fact Sheets, Tags: Access, Work, Law, Interpreters, Deaf, Communication,
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