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Acupuncture Today – October, 2021 (Vol. 22, Issue 10)

Accommodating Hearing-Impaired Patients

Samuel A. Collins
This is a question that has come up several times this year at our continuing-education seminars, so I am not surprised by your inquiry. The simple answer is yes, you need to provide adequate communication capabilities, which may require a sign language interpreter. The cost is borne by the provider of service, but you may write it off as a business expense. 

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