Living Options – Korean Language

One in a series of six Korean language videos about services for people with disabilities. This video explores the process a parent goes through, realizing the need to find a living situation for their child, or adult child, because the parent will not always be there. Produced under Covid restrictions.

Of interest – this was my first foray into the Korean language. Previous interviews and editing of Spanish language was fairly easy as I can read and hear what a Spanish language interview is saying. No such luck with Korean as the character set is entirely unfamiliar and the phonetics beyond my ken. A very talented Korean assistant editor made it possibly by giving me subtitles in English. With that process any language can be edited.

Other videos cover topics of Early Intervention for newborns, Behavior Intervention, Inclusion, Employment, and Respite. The complete series in English, Spanish and Korean can be found here.