Tag: hearing impaired


Funerals and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

“Awareness is the greatest agent for change.” -Eckhart Tolle In funeral service, we have all likely received a call asking for a sign language interpreter at a funeral. There are two types of reactions to this request. First, the phenomenal directors who jump into action to provide and pay for the interpreter. Second, the less than stellar directors who use excuses to say no, or worse, provide the interpreter but add it to the family’s statement. As a deaf funeral […]