Deaf-Friendly Hospitality for Restaurants

Deaf-Friendly hospitality for your restaurant, made easy!
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  • Lectures 15
  • Length 1 hour
  • Skill Level All Levels
  • Languages English
  • Includes Lifetime access
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About This Course

Published 10/2015 English

Course Description

If you've never met a Deaf person, you may be unsure how to communicate with them. This is not a skill you're born with, so how can you be expected to know.

Become Deaf-Friendly, Gain More Customers

'Deaf-Friendly Hospitality for Restaurants' is a course designed for anyone that works in the restaurant industry including bars and coffee houses. In less than one hour you can learn the basics to assisting a Deaf diner to make sure they have a positive deaf-friendly experience at your establishment. In this short course, you will:

  1. Discover insight into the issues facing Deaf diners
  2. Identify areas in your establishment that need improvement
  3. Learn American Sign Language vocabulary to assist you in communication
  4. Apply tips and tricks to become a deaf-friendly establishment

The course is structured in a very straight-forward way. There are powerpoint presentations, hyperlinks to resources, downloadable tip sheets and video where you will learn useful Sign Language vocabulary including the American Sign Language Manual Alphabet.

Thank you for joining us in creating a deaf-friendly dining experience!

What are the requirements?

  • Internet Connection

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Understand Deaf diners and how to provide a deaf-friendly dining experience

What is the target audience?

  • This course is designed for all individuals whom work in the dining industry including but not limited to restaurants, bars, cafe's and fast food establishments.

What you get with this course?

Not for you? No problem.
30 day money back guarantee.

Forever yours.
Lifetime access.

Learn on the go.
Desktop, iOS and Android.

Get rewarded.
Certificate of completion.

Curriculum

Section 1: Welcome
Introduction
Preview
7 pages
Section 2: Deaf People. Who Are They?
Statistics and Information
Preview
3 pages
Identity
Preview
3 pages
Terminology
9 pages
Communication Preferences
5 pages
Deaf People as Consumers
Preview
4 pages
Test your Knowledge
15 questions
Section 3: Walk a Day in the Life of a Deaf Diner
Introduction
2 pages
Making a Reservation
Preview
3 pages
Seating
4 pages
Placing an Order
Preview
2 pages
Tableside Service
2 pages
Check Please
3 pages
Section 4: Tips to Communicate with Deaf Guests
Communication Made Easy
11 pages
Section 5: Useful Sign Language Vocabulary
02:11

Production Credit: Guthrie Nutter

02:36

Production Credit: Guthrie Nutter

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Instructor Biography

As a Deaf consumer, I face communication barriers on a daily basis. From getting my questions answered about a new product I want to purchase, to placing an order at a restaurant, or mailing a package out at the post office – the daily struggles living as a Deaf person add up. They come in the form of eye-rolls when the retail clerk, sandwich artist, or beautician (take your pick) learns I am Deaf and has to slow down their speaking or write things down. If it's not an eye-roll, it's a place of business that stands and stares as if they are looking at someone from another planet.

Through all the triumphs and challenges that hearing loss has brought me, it has also brought me my most cherished gift. My life's work -- to make the world accessible to 70 million Deaf people worldwide. I do this by running a consumer review website for the Deaf community (deaffriendly) while providing training, presentation and publishing.

I truly believe that with mutual education, hand-holding and a little bit of patience between all people, we can create a deaf-friendly world.

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