This article discusses the role of an interpreter working with vocational rehabilitation consumers in an occupational context with or without a job coach. It describes the necessity of being flexible to the needs of the deaf person and the demands of the work environment. In this situation, the interpreter who takes into consideration the roles of other involved professionals will provide the most effective services to the consumer.
Richardson, D. C., & Marble, C. (2019). Interpreting for Vocational Rehabilitation Consumers: An Emerging Specialty. JADARA, 36(3). Retrieved from https://repository.wcsu.edu/jadara/vol36/iss3/6