|Finland-Swedish Sign Language|
|finlandssvenskt teckenspråk (Swedish)|
|suomenruotsalainen viittomakieli (Finnish)|
|150 deaf and 300 total (2014)
Same figure of 150 cited in 2001
Finland-Swedish Sign Language (FinSSL) is a moribund Deaf "sign language in "Finland. It is now used only in private settings by older adults who attended the only Swedish school for the deaf in Finland (in "Porvoo/Borgå), which was established in the mid 19th century but closed in 1993. FinSSL is said to be a distinct language; however, "Finland-Swedish Deaf have few problems understanding "Finnish signers". There had been, moreover, continuous input from "Swedish Sign Language over its history.
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