LOOK Eyecare & Eyewear

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Definitely Deaf-friendly! Especially since Chris McDaniels (the optometrist) is CODA himself, so he is able to sign with you. The staff does know some sign language, so it really helps. It was nice to just walk in and sign with the front desk. They are really friendly and respectful. I have been hearing a lot of positive reviews from the Deaf community here about the place, and finally went. So glad I made the decision. I would definitely recommend going to LOOK if you are looking for a new optometrist that is Deaf-friendly. 

  • Makes Eye Contact
  • Positive Attitude
  • Knows Sign Language
  • Willingness to Gesture

Reviews by Advocates & Champions

David Cowan

David Cowan

WSB TV transmit

Had the pleasure of working as a Deaf Interpreter at WSB-TV station. The staffs were amazing ...

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Aletheia

Aletheia

Seattle Legislative Department

Thank you for helping us To understand and to have ASL interpreters on tv media with COVD-19 ...

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LL MN PROUD

LL MN PROUD

Governor Tim Walz & Lt. Governor Peggy Flanagan

They are amazing during this COVID-19 outbreak by providing a CDI also live captioning during their ...

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nfseattle

nfseattle

Governor's Office

I have been pleased to see that an interpreter has been provided and that captioning has ...

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