Practitioner Spotlight: Rebecca Cramp

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For me, language access has always been important. I had a Deaf cousin, my family finger spelled and used basic signs, and I had a passion for inclusion. At the age of 4, after watching the Miracle Worker, a movie about the early life of Helen Keller, I apparently announced to my mother that I was going to be an interpreter “when I grew up”. Considering I also wanted to be a professional mountain climber and a hot air balloon pilot, nobody thought it would come true. But I threw myself into learning Auslan and Signed English, went to every […]

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