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Deaf children in Georgia, Europe: Project teaches sign language

As a result of a project teaching sign language, some teachers and parents communicate better with deaf children in the country of Georgia.
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Better communication through Sign Language

A project in the country of Georgia taught sign language to parents and teachers. Until then, schools for deaf children in Georgia did not use sign language. As a result, some teachers and parents communicate better with deaf children in Georgia. This case study explains the project and describes one boy who benefited

Save the Children published this case study in 2011. We could not assess if this PDF file is accessible for people using screen reading software.

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