I created these visual references of 20 functional signs for my non-verbal students with autism, parents, and staff members who work with the children. After I started learning signs and teaching my students I realized that the signs would not be useful if not generalized across settings. So I cr...
Sign language used to be only for the deaf and hard of hearing. | Babies can make contact with you in ways in addition to crying, even so you need to train them in that. Coaching sign language can make you get down to your child’s level, interact with them, make eye-to-eye contact and identify the sign. This works on your relationship with them. #Parenting #How-To-Teach #Fun
How to Communicate Time in American Sign Language - dummies
To make plans (or even just discuss about what you did over the weekend) with Deaf friends, you need to know how to sign time of day, as well as days or weeks. Sign about time with these American Sign Language (ASL) terms. Check out this table for the days of the week. Use the […]