§ 4-205. Whenever a statement or explanation is required to be given to the persons specified
in Section 4-206, every effort shall be made to furnish such statement or explanation
in a comprehensible language and in a manner calculated to ensure understanding. Such statement or explanation shall be communicated in sign language for any hearing
impaired person for whom sign language is a primary mode of communication. When a statement or explanation is provided in a language other than English, or
through the use of sign language, that fact and the name of the person providing it
shall be noted in the client's record. This Section does not apply to copies of petitions and court orders.
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