The Church has added more resources for people with disabilities, including Bible Videos in ASL and audio description formats, 25 translated disability resource videos, and new and translated gospel symbols in nine languages.

Bible Videos in ASL. The Church’s Bible Videos series of events in the New Testament are now available in ASL in Gospel Library and the Media Library.

Audio description versions of Bible Videos are also available in Media Library and in Gospel Library. In Media Library, go to Video Collections, select Videos With Audio Description, then choose Bible Videos – The Life of Jesus Christ – Audio Description. In Gospel Library, go to Videos and Images, click Bible Videos, and select a video to play. From the video player, click Languages and select English (Descriptive).

Translated Disabilities Resource Videos. The Church has translated 25 disabilities resource videos into Cebuano, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Spanish, and Tagalog, which are available in the Life Help section of Gospel Library. This selection of videos features Latter-day Saints from around the world living and thriving with various disabilities.

Additional English and Translated Gospel Symbols. These language symbols represent words and phrases related to the Savior’s Church and His gospel and are often helpful for Latter-day Saints who communicate with visual images. The Gospel Language Symbols library has expanded the number of available English symbols to 117, and the first set of translated symbols are now available in Cebuano, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Spanish, and Tagalog. To find the symbols in the Gospel Library, select Life Help, then Disabilities, then Gospel Language Symbols.

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