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Under the ADA, an interpreter is not always required for all emergency communication situations
If a person is fluent in American Sign Language (ASL) then sharing information with them in written English is an alternative
Emergency plans should call for someone who communicates via sign language to bring someone to interpret with them during an emergency
In certain situations, someone under age 18 (a “minor”) can act as a sign language interpreter