THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION PERTAINS TO THE CURRENT COVID-19 SITUATION AS IT RELATES TO THE WORK OF SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETERS IN THE MEDICAL FIELD

 


PRECAUTIONS for SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETERS WORKING COVID19 RESPONSE ASSIGNMENTS

A basic set of guidelines and practices for sign language interpreters working in the COVID-19/coronavirus environment, including precautions and current practices to keep interpreters safe and effective in the field. UPDATED: March 25th, 2020.


RID Urgent Call to Action

A Registry for Interpreters for the Deaf publication encouraging people to contact government representatives regarding the CARES Act as it pertains to COVID 19 and interpreters.


Explore Access: Tools for Promoting Disability Access and Inclusion

A great toolkit that was developed quickly to assist campuses across the country who are moving online virtually overnight in response to COVID-19.


Free Physical Wellness Classes

Resources to stay physically and mentally healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic.


Deaf/Hard of Hearing Technology Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center

Accessibility Tips for a Better Zoom/Virtual Meeting Experience in the COVID-19 era.


National Deaf Center on Postsecondary Outcomes-COVID Response

News, information, tips, and updates from the NDC at The University of Texas at Austin.