Tottori Prefecture: Special sign language program for personnel starts

The personnel struggle in learning how to communicate in sign language in the Prefecture Office.
(photo: http://www.nnn.co.jp/)

November 1,2013

Tottori prefecture has a duty to promote the spread of sign language at the time of enforcement of the sign language ordinance.

A "sign language promotion member," who takes charge of the spread of sign language, or promotion of practice action, has been arranged at each post in the prefecture office, not only the governor department but the parliamentary secretariat, the Bureau of Hospital Administration, etc.

The system to make all the prefectural personnel prepared for getting familiar with sign language. More personnel are encouraged to learn sign language, such as enforcing a greeting in sign language at the morning meeting.


Japanese source:
http://www.nnn.co.jp/news/131101/20131101008.html

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