Toyota to invite Deaf children to visit the auto factory

Toyota Motor announced on February 2 that they would hold "The 37th Toyota Excursion for Deaf Children" in the company in cooperation with Nagoya Toyopet and the Nets Toyota Shizuhama on February 10 and 12.

The company has held the excursion as part of their social responsibility activities every year since 1973. Up to now, 3,000 children or more have been invited to visit the auto sector. This time 83 children from five schools for the deaf located in the Tokai region will be invited.

Moreover, there will be a program that Deaf children paint the designer's picture using his actual tools after they draw and send the rough sketch for a "Dream Car" beforehand.

In addition, 22 Deaf employees will accompany the group of Deaf children all day, explain the functions in the factory, and tell about their work in the auto company.


Japanese source:
http://response.jp/article/2010/02/03/135788.html

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