The job would mainly be in New Castle County, Delaware. Applications accepted until Dec. 14 or filled.
Good to know. Similar to why Mav case had so many interpreters… Each interpreter has a role/job and it relates to confidentality.
Getting tested for COVID-19 is a stressful experience and we want to ensure that you have access to interpreting services during this time. Linguabee is offering VRI for free at the test sites.
Details at https://www.linguabee.com/covid19/free-vri.
Too many white deaf people think BASL have same signs as ASL.
Check out this video to see if you are right or not.
A teen artist from California asked his Twitter followers on Sunday to share his painted portrait of Vice President-elect Kamala Harris to improve the chances she’d see it.
On Wednesday, Tyler Gordon learned Harris had seen it. How? She called to thank him.
“I was really shocked,” Gordon, 14, of San Jose, told USA TODAY.
Read the rest of the article at https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2020/11/25/california-teen-painted-kamala-harris-portrait-surprise-call/6430257002.
Note: Tyler Gordon is deaf.
A viral video on TikTok is bringing new attention to the barriers the hard-of-hearing and deaf communities face at the drive-thru.
The clip, which was shared on Nov. 8 and has since amassed over 19 million views, shows Starbucks employee Brianna Roth assisting customer Dallin Smuin in the coffee chain’s drive-thru lane.
Read the reat of the story at https://www.today.com/food/starbucks-barista-uses-drive-thru-communicate-deaf-patron-see-viral-t199538.
The actor expressed excitement in portraying Makkari in Marvel Studio’s upcoming Eternals film and bringing representation to the deaf community.
Read the rest of the article at https://www.cbr.com/marvel-eternals-star-lauren-ridloff-on-being-mcu-first-deaf-superhero.
Read the rest of the article at https://martechtoday.com/is-your-website-at-risk-for-an-ada-accessibility-lawsuit-245172.
WASHINGTON (ABC7) — Last Friday something historic happened at the White House, but you likely missed it. For the first time ever, an American Sign Language interpreter was there for the coronavirus briefing.
There have been dozens of these briefings, with critical, life-saving information, since the pandemic began. But the one last Friday is the one Howard Rosenblum was waiting for.
Read the rest of the article at https://wjla.com/news/local/turning-point-for-the-deaf-first-asl-sign-language-interpreter-at-white-house-covid-briefing.