Deaf/Hearing Teams: It’s not a relay-race. It’s a dance.
Even at my best I’m better with a team and at our best we’re better with a CDI.
When you and your team show up wearing the EXACT same outfit (down to the socks!)
It’s even better when the CDI does too.
But it’s sublime when the whole team is gender diverse.
Working with a CDI is like learning to ride a bike. You feel a little unsteady at first but when you get the hang of it you wonder how you ever got along before.
I could interpret that joke if I had an hour, a team of CDIs and a crate of tequila.
(We pass out the tequila and by the end of the hour everyone will think whatever the CDIs and I came up with is funny)
Would it be a good idea to get a CDI for this appoi…