Deaf people struggle to communicate in medical settings. Many Deaf people will not push medical personnel to comply with ADA and provide interpreters. This results in poor communication and when it comes to medical communication, where lives may be at stake, doctors cannot afford to not fully understand the patients' complaints and ensure the patient clearly understands medical procedures. We cannot second guess communication in a medical environment. Medical profession must bridge the gap, become ADA compliant and ensure Deaf patients are clearly communicated with through qualified interpreters. Interpreting in a Medical Setting will ensure your business complies with ADA and you offer Deaf and Hard of Hearing patients' qualified interpreters in Medical settings.
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