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How to Work with Interpreters with Ann Horn – Houston

Date: Wednesday, May 28, 2014
Time: 10:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
Location: Houston Deaf Seniors
Metropolitan Multi-Services Center
1475 W. Gray Houston, Texas 77019

This session will explain how to work with interpreters, the meanings of “qualified interpreter” and “certified interpreter,” and the steps to receive quality interpreting services. Ann Horn is Deaf and is the Direct Services Program Specialist at the DARS Office for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services (DHHS). She has worked with DHHS for 22 years
and is responsible for the provision of interpreting services, services to senior citizens, issuance of continuing education units, oversight of a youth training program called Camp SIGN, and an array of workshops including sensitivity training, Deaf Self-Advocacy Training, and new employee orientation on working with persons who are deaf or hard of

For questions, compliments or complaints call DARS Inquires at 1-800-628-5115, DHHS office, ext. 3250 (use the relay service of your choice) www.dars.state.tx.us/dhhs
For questions or to request reasonable accommodations, Email: [email protected] 512-407-3250 (V) 512-410-1387 (VP)
Attention: Ann Horn


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