Is it the physical inability to form a sign or facial expression that conveys meaning in a way we’re used to? Is it a completely different educational background and life experience than your own? Is it a way of thinking that is unexpected to you? Or are there linguistic gaps? What can we do differently to make our work more effective?
Register for this Community of Practice, which is like a Round-Table discussion, a group of colleagues who come together as peers to discuss and deepen their learning. This group is based on the first learning module published by the Center for Atypical Language Interpreting: "An Introduction to Atypical Language: Contributing Factors." More information is on the registration page.