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Ethical Conundrum of Interpreting for Clients with Language Delays


Language Deprivation Syndrome is a relatively new concept in the field of deafness. Research in this field is led by Sanjay Gulati, MD. In this workshop, the concept of language deprivation will be discussed in depth. Topics will include the effects of language deprivation on the cognitive, social and emotional development of deaf individuals. Specific implications for interpreters in the educational setting will be discussed, including a discussion on the ethical issues of interpreter sign creation for academic content and how it impacts studentís long-term outcomes.

Session: 7545
Instructor: Dr. Deborah Cates, Iowa School for the Deaf
Date/Time: 5/12/18 @ 8:00 - 5:00
Location: Mississippi Bend AEA, Bettendorf
Registration closes 5/7/18.




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