Some hospitals force Deaf patients to use VRI and they are getting frustrated.
A Workshop for Educational Interpreters andCued Speech Transliterators for the DeafSaturday, September 22, 20189am – 12 noonThe Media Center at Fort Mill High School, 215 N U.S. 21 Bypass,Fort Mill, SC 29715Cost: FREE!RID CEUs = 0.3This workshop will focus on developing skills for effective processingtime (often referred to as “lag time). Participants will discovercommon errors
A Workshop for Educational Interpreters and Cued Speech Transliterators for the Deaf. This workshop will focus on developing skills for effective processing time (often referred to as “lag time). Participants will discover common errors that occur with inadequate processing time skills and the elements of a proposed model for developing these skills. To register, email
Tawnya Kelley Tawnya is a Nationally Certified Interpreter with 30 years experience interpreting in Educational, Legal, Mental Health, Entertainment/Cruising, Medical, Religious, and VRS settings. She has taught sign language and mentored interpreters. She is Co-Owner of Angel Interpreting Agency as well as co-creator of TerpTracker. Her favorite thing to interpret is music and she has
Currently: I am a Minister, Sign Language Interpreter, workshop presenter, soul care facilitator, motivational speaker aspiring author and minister. I currently facilitate retreats, workshops as well as organize hands-on-mission work in our community. Skills: Excellent customer service, organizational, and people skills Ethical behavior and professional judgment Effective communication in American Sign Language using
When we think of interpreter ethics, it is usually in terms of knowing right versus wrong and then doing the right thing. However, we often come across ethical dilemmas where there isn’t a black or white answer. This seminar will explore these GREY areas where there are conflicting values, multiple solutions that have validity, and