Santa brings joy to deaf, hard of hearing children through sign language

Courtesy photo (Gaylord National Resort via Storyful)

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Everyone should be able to enjoy a visit with Santa Claus over the holidays, and one resort in Maryland made sure of that earlier in December.

On Dec. 12, the Gaylord National Resort in Fort Washington, Maryland, one Santa interacted with children who are deaf or hard of hearing through American Sign Language.

Watch this video of the Santa communicating with the children.

It was a touching way to create equal access to Santa Claus, who brought holiday joy and smiles to the faces of the kids who attended.

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