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ASL WEEKEND
Clarks Summit, PA

ASDC’s ASL Weekend is a unique two-day workshop for parents, professionals, and anyone interested in learning American Sign Language. It is a fun, interactive weekend full of activities and discussions that will give you in-depth support as you learn and master ASL.

It’s a great way to get personalized instruction and meaningful practice to help you sign confidently! ALL levels and abilities are welcome!

 

Join us this September in Pennsylvania!

ASL WEEKEND | Gooding, ID

Idaho School for the Deaf and Blind

ASDC’s ASL Weekend is a unique two-day workshop for parents, professionals, and anyone interested in learning American Sign Language. It is a fun, interactive weekend full of activities and discussions that will give you in-depth support as you learn and master ASL.

It’s a great way to get personalized instruction and meaningful practice to help you sign confidently! ALL levels and abilities are welcome!

 

Join us this October in Idaho!

The Idaho ASL Weekend is proudly supported by:

 

LITERACY: Creating Connections with Language
Charleston, SC | Francis Marion Hotel

October 19, 20, & 21

The American Society for Deaf Children, along with the Convention of American Instructors of the Deaf, the South Carolina School for the Deaf and Blind, and the South Carolina Department of Education, are proud to announce our collaboration in presenting our first annual literacy conference in 2023 – Literacy: Creating Connections with Language.

Join us in October for an impactful conference to enhance your professional growth as a language and literacy development leader.

 

 

 

Autodeterminación: Independencia, Libertad de Elección y Responsabilidad

Conferencia Anual para Familias Latinas
4 de Noviembre de 2023 | Conferencia virtual a través de Zoom

Como padres latinos, es nuestra naturaleza proteger y cuidar a nuestros hijos, especialmente cuando hay una “discapacidad” involucrada. Es importante que aprendamos a ver la pérdida auditiva de nuestros hijos como un desafío en lugar de una discapacidad. Esta es la única manera en que podemos alentar a nuestros hijos a tener autodeterminación a una edad temprana. Esto les ayudará a vivir una vida exitosa siendo independientes, sabiendo cómo tomar decisiones informadas y al mismo tiempo convertirse en individuos responsables.

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