This is my history blog looking at the experiences of Irish Deaf people within the existing and emerging State institutions in Ireland between 1815 and 1947. I am focusing my research on Deaf people in schools, workhouses, courts, prisons and mental institutions, as well as other private and State institutions.
Monday, September 8, 2014
Access for US Deaf Prisoners - NAD Statement
A very recent press release from the US National Association of the Deaf on prisons using inmates as interpreters, rather than qualified ASL interpreters...