This interview with Alicia Booth is the latest article in the Spotlight Series.
The windows and seats of the Cessna 172 single-engine plane shake incessantly as the nose propeller picks up speed. Just a few minutes prior to climbing aboard, a family member sends a text message. “Be safe! Small planes always make me nervous.” On this day, I am being flown from Tacoma to a remote area to conduct a neuropsychological evaluation with a Deaf patient.