Glasgow Daily Times, Glasgow, KY

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October 2, 2013

Seeing how to talk


Bobbi Roach drives more than 60 miles one way each week to take the Beginning American Sign Language class through the Barren County Community Education Program.

A resident of Hardin County, Roach makes the weekly drive because she has a deep desire to learn how to communicate with the deaf.

She works in the social services field and often finds herself needing to communicate with deaf clients.

“Several years ago I was taking a rape crisis line call and one girl was deaf,” Roach said. “It took like three hours to get an interpreter to her.”


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