Restaurant teaches customers sign language to relay their order to its deaf staff

Restaurant teaches customers sign language to relay their order to its deaf staff

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The problem with sign languages is that — although they give those with hearing difficulties a way to express themselves — non-deaf people often don't learn it and therefore can't understand it. While it's not the first of its kind in the world — we've already written about the Atfaluna charity's restaurant in Palestine — Canada's Signs Restaurant is now hoping to get all of its customers to sign by printing ASL instructions next to each menu item.

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