TSHA (Tulsa Speech and Hearing Association) – January 15, 2021
Wendy Thomas: If you find the three dots in the upper right hand corner of Diana Emerson’s and Renee Sites photos, you can “pin screen” so that you can see both the speakers/interpreters
Wendy Thomas: That’s awesome!
Denise Reid: How long are classes for employers typically or generally that are about training on basic language specific to the workplace needs?
Denise Reid: I recently learned their is Black American Sign Language. Is this something that is offered?
Obum Ukabam: How do you sign “I don’t know”
Denise Reid: That’s so cool!
Mercedes Millberry Fowler: Are interpreters able to tap into using virtual tools to aid in access in this virtual world? What are the challenges with distance interpreting?
Mercedes Millberry Fowler: That is so fascinating.
Denise Reid: I have seen interpreters at concerts and it was magical.
Shannon Habermehl: This was so interesting. Thank you for making us feel more inclusive and knowledgeable.
Carrie Johnson: Thank you. It was very interesting.
Denise Reid: Thank you so much!
Mercedes Millberry Fowler: Thank you!
Stephanie Cameron: Thank you!
Renee’ Sites: email@example.com Renee’ Sites
firstname.lastname@example.org Diana Emerson
Our website is www.tsha.cc
Dr. Lyda Wilbur: Thank you. It was very interesting
April Margwarth: Thank you!