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Legal Rights of Deaf Individuals to Effective Communication in a Mental Health Setting

Mental health clinics, therapists and hospitals providing mental health services are required to provide equal access to their services, including providing auxiliary aids such as sign language interpreters for deaf patients, without charging the deaf patient for the service. There are two federal laws which require this service. Read more.

Last Review and Update: Sep 14, 2010