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According to the Americans With Disabilities Act, businesses who received government funding (including Medicaid and Medicare payments) are required to make their services “accessible” to all people with disabilities. Typically when we think of “handicap accessible” we think of things such as wheelchair ramps. But there are many other “accommodations” that are made for people with varying disabilities. For example, menus are presented in Braille to those with visual disabilities.
For an individual who uses sign language to communicate, a qualified interpreter is an “accommodation” making the information “accessible” to those with varying degrees of hearing loss and/or loss of speech.Tampa Sign Language interpreters
Refusing to provide this service, without cost to the client, can be grounds for a lawsuit, which is much more costly to a business than providing a sign language interpreter.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]