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Mama♥Breezy 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Los Angeles, California 34988 posts
1st Feb '13

That makes me sad. And makes me want to definitely take an ASL course while I'm in school, especially since I'll be in the same line as work someday. Hopefully. I'd hate to not be able to help someone because of such a big communication barrier.

FroggysMommy 1 child; Golden, Colorado 27581 posts
1st Feb '13
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TheNuge 1 child; Pennsylvania 23136 posts
status 1st Feb '13

That's sad and frustrating.
IMO, we should make SOME accommodations but those that don't speak, understand, read and write English should bearing their own assistance.
And, if they are illegal they shouldn't be filling out an application for assistance.