Workshop Title: Prep for Interpreting a Diabetes Medical Appointment
Presenter: Phyllis Bullon
.6 BEI CEUs APPROVED- Medical
.6 RID CEUs PENDING
Diabetes involves so much more than signing “sugar’ or “sugar+ D.” This workshop will introduce a variety of terminology associated with Diabetes. We will explore the vocabulary, the tests used to diagnose diabetes and related conditions, some of the machines, tools, and medicines used to treat the condition(s), and explore sign choices, classifiers, expansion techniques and location(s) of the human anatomy effected.
1.To analyze vocabulary associated with the different forms of Diabetes and related conditions. To understand the base meaning, how to sign it, and the necessary expansions to insure linguistic equivalence and comprehension
2.To familiarize attendees with the machines, tools, and medicines used in treating Diabetes and its related conditions.
3.To acquaint attendees with the different locations of the human anatomy that they may encounter during the course of interpreting for a Diabetes and related conditions appointment. (i.e., where is the pancreas, the Islets of Langerhans, etc.)
Lunch on your own
Snacks, drinks, and Door Prize provided by Signs2go
THIS IS A COMMUNITY WORKSHOP
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Cost for the Workshop
-Certified Attendee: $40.00
-Non-certified Student/Signs2go Terps/DARS: $25.00
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7307 S. Hulen Street
Fort Worth, TX 76133
(Southeast Corner of S. Hulen and Kingswood in the strip mall behind the Chevron gas/convenience store)
Any Questions, call our office: 817-294-7446
Signs2go Interpreting & Support Services, LLC is providing this workshop as an opportunity for safe, respectful learning and will not permit harassment, discrimination or horizontal violence based on another’s comments, questions, schema, race, color, religion, hearing status, gender, gender expression, age, national origin, disability, marital status, sexual orientation or any other protected class.