Chick-fil-A cashier uses Sign Language

A young lady ordered her first meal without feeling uncomfortable thanks to the cashier

In Fayetteville, North Carolina a young woman was never comfortable with ordering food. She says when she starts signing, people stare and it makes her very uncomfortable. Her parents have done the ordering for her, until they went into Chick-fil-A and met a cashier who knew ASL. The young woman is very happy for the access.

The cashier herself has Deaf relatives and learned ASL to communicate with them, but she finds it very useful for her job too! The cashier is happy to communicate with Deaf customers as well and make them feel comfortable.

Original story with video can be read here: Full post on ABC7 News

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