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Module 4: Decision Points: Working with Diverse Consumers Exhibiting Atypical Language - 8/17/2020

The fourth, and final, module focuses on examining the role of decision-making in working with diverse consumers exhibiting atypical language. There are identifiable decision points that occur throughout the interpreting process and become even more critical when working with consumer populations who are more vulnerable as a result of linguistic, educational, and social deprivation. The module is comprised of four units, each focusing on a specific aspect of decision-making as it relates to consumers exhibiting atypical language. Throughout the module, various strategies that can be employed in articulating decision-making, and its implications for interpreting and/or linguistic access, will be introduced and discussed.

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