I'm profoundly deaf, then actually I was worried if he sucks at the sign, lol. Fact. Until I
figured it out, and everything was great.
Dr. McDaniel is
amiable, and he understands what I talked about my visions' issues, then he explained it to me very deep, and I clearly understand him. His staffs are very lovely and well-respects.
His equipment is more comfortable, and it would be better than my previous optometrist's machine uses air puff test something like that, which I HATE! His office and atmosphere are spotless and fresh! Ray-Ban? No problem, they
already have one, but they can order them for you!
YOU TO VISIT THIS OFFICE & GET AN APPOINTMENT ON THE DATE AND DAY.
LOOK FORWARD TO HIS BUSINESS WHEN I COME BACK IN THE NEXT 2 YEARS.
Yo deafies, yea, he uses his sign language because he's coda and his deaf parents. He is a calm chillin' and kind person, ya.
The doctor was very inclusive, sat close to me and signed. Very focused on me and not his paperwork, he was very patience and whenever I had a problem he was willing to take care of it right away. I'd totally use his services from here on out! Great guy all around!
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.