Here's something to alter your perceptions:
A deaf American student visiting Cairo, Egypt, films a deaf-friendly KFC!!
Transcript of the video:
Now I'm on vacation in Cairo, Egypt, outside of Kentucky Fried Chicken. All of the employees here at KFC are deaf. I heard about it, so I wanted to come and meet them-- [I did not meet] all of them, but they as deaf employees run the place.
Manager: Hi you're deaf? Where are you from?
You're American, wow. You came here Wednesday? Are you from Gallaudet? I see you live close to Gallaudet. Two years ago I flew to the US and visited Gallaudet. I work here. I have worked here for 13 years. You are a kid!
Deaf KFC employees taking orders from the customers
Jehanne: How many deaf employees work here?
Jehanne: How many all together?
Manager: 3 female and 13 male employees
Manager: Here is the hearing employee who handles the orders through phone/intercom.
Group photo op: ILY sign.
Manager: Word in English… one second... OK here we go... the sign for Aswan (an ancient city in southern Egypt) is... the sign for Abu Simbel (ancient massive rock temples in southern Egypt) is... and the sign for Cairo here is...
Manager: Thank you!
[Please note that toward the end of the video, the manager signs some English words--"chicken," "french fry"--in Egyptian sign language]