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  • 'Signsbury's' inclusive store for the hearing impaired
  • 'Signsbury's' inclusive store for the hearing impaired
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'Signsbury's' inclusive store for the hearing impaired

For the 11 million Britons who are deaf or hard of hearing, supermarkets can sometimes feel like inaccessible spaces. To promote inclusivity, Sainsbury’s is raising awareness about the challenges faced by deaf shoppers and encouraging staff and shoppers to learn British Sign Language.

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