FRAMINGHAM – The Framingham Disability Commission, on June 24, approved the purchase of two cases of see-through masks for use in the community for residents and staff who communicate with the deaf or hard of hearing.
This purchase is being made courtesy of the handicap parking fines in our account, said the Commission.
The masks will allow lip reading and thus better communication amongst our citizens, said Commissioner Sheryl Goldstein
One case will be gifted to the Framingham Public Schools (special education department) and one case gifted to the Public Health Department for staff departments and residents, said Goldstein.
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