A look at how the Deaf community & interpreters are doing in St. Louis during the pandemic

The St. Louis Post-Dispatch takes a look at how the area deaf community and interpreters are doing in a new article.

A coronavirus update from St. Louis County Executive Sam Page

with interpreter Jesse Schlueter

Deaf Way office manager Darrell Jacobs told the newspaper:

There’s a lot to be said for the advancement of technology for the deaf and hard of hearing. But it still has a way to go. And nothing will beat a live, in-person interpreter.

Read the full story here.


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