Rappler's latest stories on sign language
The training aims to equip health workers with the tools to communicate with patients who have hearing impairment
Republic Act 11106 declares Filipino Sign Language as the national sign language of the deaf and the official sign language of government in all transactions involving the deaf
All staff members are required to communicate with customers using sign language
Sign language is another language, and therefore, another rich world, another empowering culture that, like any other language, expands your mind
Senate Bill 1455 aims to establish FSL as the official language of the deaf community to 'promote their identity, expression, and communication'
Get to know the 3 sign language interpreters who helped Metro Manila Pride 2018's deaf community #RiseUpTogether
Koko became the subject of books, television shows and press reports after learning more than 1,000 words in American Sign Language
The deaf community relies on social media platforms that allow for visual communication and use these to push for advocacies such as the passage of the Filipino Sign Language bill
Is the sign language inset for the second Comelec sanctioned presidential debate enough?
The persons with disability community in Cebu hopes its actions will eventually help amplify the sector s voice in national governance
Does your local government recognize the rights of persons with disabilities?
Sign language interpreting is a back breaking job but is also one of the most noble professions in the world Without interpreters deaf persons would be disenfranchised
The Star newspaper reports Thamsanqa Jantjie s wife Siziwe had taken her husband for a check up to a psychiatric hospital near Johannesburg on Tuesday
The interpreter who translated eulogies including those of US President Barack Obama and Mandela s grandchildren looked as if he was trying to swat a few flies away from his face and his head