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Hi! I'm Lorraine, I am a Chicago native that is relocating from Michigan back home to Illinois. I have been working as an professional sign language interpreter for 20 years, starting at Deaf Options at Deaf camp and then with my adult Career beginning at CVCA. After resigning from my position, I went on to relocate to Michigan to be closer to my mother, stepfather and sisters for a family emergency and now that everything and everyone is fine I have decided to move back home. I am what is considered a C.O.D.A (Child Of a Deaf Adult) growing up in a home with both deaf parents, I was molded into an interpreter at a very early age, interpreting medical appointments, parent-teacher conferences, banking business etc. I love what I do and I love the deaf/deaf blind/ & hard of hearing community and as hard as is was growing up in that community I wouldn't trade it for the world!!! I would love to tutor and bring new interpreters/ asl signers into the world. I am all about d/db/hoh awareness and self advocy.
I have over 20 years experience and I have a E.I.P.A score of 3.1(educational interpreter performance assessment)
I currently available fro scheduling anytime between 10am and 5pm Hi! I'm Lorraine, I am a Chicago native that is relocating from Michigan back home to Illinois. I have been working as an professional sign language interpreter for 20 years, starting at Deaf Options at Deaf camp and then with my adult Career beginning at CVCA. After resigning
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