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Zoomarine. Italy’s first fully accessible park for the deaf and hearing-impaired

Thursday, 11 November 2021 09:55

Zoomarine will be the first amusement park in Italy, near Rome, entirely accessible to the deaf and hearing-impaired, with all activities translated and communicated in sign language (LIS) thanks to the Park’s commitment to social inclusion practices. The first steps include all animal demonstrations being translated into the LIS language while all videos broadcast on social media will be subtitled.

Training in the sign language for Zoomarine’s personnel

Following training in sign language the Zoomarine staff will be able to communicate and assist deaf and hearing-impaired visitors, making their visit a complete and satisfying experience.

The training course is due to start on 29 November and will continue until spring 2022. At the end of the course each department involved with the public will have a contact person who can welcome deaf visitors. This is an unprecedented innovation in the world of Italian parks.

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