American Society for Deaf Children

VALUABLE AND TRUSTWORTHY RESOURCES FOR FAMILIES WITH DEAF CHILDREN

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Early Visual Learning

ABC Blocks

Research indicates clear benefits for early visual language with all children.

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Knowledge Center

Stack Books

Valuable resources for parents, educators, and providers.

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This program is available to the first 500 ASDC Member Families who request access codes. Request yours today!

Families

Resources to help your deaf child and to understand the possibilities for your child’s future. Access to visual language resources and support for your child’s development.
Family Resources

Educators

Resources to assist educators in the classroom and promote and encourage family involvement in the child’s education
Educator Resources

Latest ASDC News

Deaf Education Summit 2020

Do you work in the field of Deaf education? Don’t miss the 2020 Education and Advocacy Summit at Gallaudet University.

Disney Quiz Show Casting Call

Disney is looking for Disney, Marvel, Pixar, & Star Wars fans for a new game show called Quizney. Learn how to put your team together and answer the casting call!

Need help with hearing aid management?

Has your child recently been diagnosed with hearing loss and needs hearing aids? Participate in a new University of Utah research study and support program. Get details here.

ASDC Membership

Membership is open to everyone. Family membership is just $35 per year. Right now, when you join ASDC you’ll get five FREE sessions of  Sign On with ASDC – a $125 value! Members are also eligible for scholarships to ASDC events. Join us today!

About ASDC

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ASDC is committed to empowering diverse families with deaf* children and youth by embracing full access to language-rich environments through mentoring, advocacy, resources, and collaborative networks.

*ASDC uses the term “deaf” to be inclusive of various hearing levels, including those who are seen as, or identify as Deaf, deaf, or hard of hearing.

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Latest Blog Posts

Deaf Education Summit 2020

Do you work in the field of Deaf education? Don’t miss the 2020 Education and Advocacy Summit at Gallaudet University.

Multicultural Deaf Education in Rural Communities

Educators, take a deep dive into understanding the world of your deaf students whose parents are non-native English speakers living in rural communities in America. Learn how to best support these students within the context of their home, school, and community.

Disney Quiz Show Casting Call

Disney is looking for Disney, Marvel, Pixar, & Star Wars fans for a new game show called Quizney. Learn how to put your team together and answer the casting call!

Need help with hearing aid management?

Has your child recently been diagnosed with hearing loss and needs hearing aids? Participate in a new University of Utah research study and support program. Get details here.