Integration In Society
For public or staff meetings, discussions, court appearances, affidavits,
lectures: find out if the Deaf or hard of hearing person needs a Sign
Language Interpreter, note-taker or lip speaker and arrange accordingly.
It is important to arrange the most effective seating for the Sign Language
interpreter prior to public meetings/conferences.
Any meeting place, restaurant, etc. must have good lighting.
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Remember, written language is the second language of the Deaf person who
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Make sure that the Deaf people receive written documents in simple language.
Make sure that the person remains informed of family discussions or unforeseen
happenings, e.g. changes of plans or new developments.
Make sure that the person understands your message correctly.
Emergency services need to be equipped with teldems/fax machines, and
the deaf community must be made aware of these facilities.
There are a variety of devices that can assist people with hearing loss
at home, in the workplace and public situations.