Sign language interpreters are making Winter Paralympics better
March 15, 2018
Winter Paralympics 2018 are currently underway in PyeongChang in South Korea. The Paralympics are being attended by more than 560 athletes from 49 countries.
The games have become accessible and more enjoyable for people who are deaf and hard of hearing as there are sign language interpreters to offer help.
More than 12 sign language volunteers are present at the venues of the Winter Paralympics. They are offering much needed services to people who are deaf and hard of hearing.
The sign language interpreters are helping fans at the huge venue to find their way.
The presence of the sign language interpreters has made the games more enjoyable for visitors who are deaf and hard of hearing.
Even athletes with hearing disabilities are using the services of these interpreters.
They appreciate the effort made by the South Korean government to make the games accessible for them.
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