ASL experts to mentor video-relay interpreters

07/8/2008 | TMCNet.com

A video-relay service for people with hearing impairments is looking to improve by pairing its interpreters with American Sign Language experts. The company hopes experts, who have hearing impairments or who have spoken ASL since birth, will be able to broaden the hearing interpreters' language skills, such as understanding ASL dialects.

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