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These are amazing and both gals disney should hire for ASL! They are as needed as you think they are esp at shows! I worked at studios just as a regular cm and they werent sent ASL though promised that day so i stood up for the family that needed it… instead of getting in trouble w management i was cleared to put ASL on my tag and would interpret when i could! My favorite was trying to sign while being on a certain cruise in de-nile!
Now i have taught my son ASL bc though he naturally doesnt need it he uses it sometimes bc of his needs . He loves both these songs can not wait to show him ty tj for sharing!
First of all, we’re not hearing-impaired. We’re Deaf.
I’m not sure if the individual in the first video is Deaf or not, but the second video is obviously not a Deaf person. I do wish more recognition would be given to those who are Deaf and did the ASL translation. Those are the ones who deserve to go viral or receive recognition.
Just my two cents.
Not everyone whose deaf uses asl alot of people whom translate at the parks pratice it to help people like you when you come in! So maybe these people are online doing the same! Think before ridiculing!
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