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A lengthy and very thoughtful blog post has been published to examine the need for certified hearing interpreters to team up with certified deaf interpreters (CDIs) in a majority of situations. The article asserts that not doing so could be deemed a violation of the RID Code of Ethics. The article is here: http://www.streetleverage.com/2014/09/interpreting-without-a-deaf-interpreter-is-an-rid-cpc-violation/
What are your thoughts? What are the facilitators and barriers to this proposition?
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