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Get ASL resources for celebrating MLK Day from the American Society for Deaf Children. See King’s ‘I Have a Dream’ speech in American Sign Language, ASL retellings of children’s stories about MLK, and more!
Deaf-blindness is one of the most complex disabilities encountered by families and educators. Fortunately, there are a number of government agencies and nonprofit organizations providing support and resources.
Join ASDC and Nadmi Casiano, America’s first Deaf Latina aerospace engineer, for a fun activity and inspiring presentation for kids 10 and up.
Join us to learn about the unique aspects of Deaf culture and gain a broader understanding of the diversity within the Deaf community.
Join us for our February ASL Story Time! Ursa Rewolinski will present our featured book, “I Am A Story” by Dan Yaccarino.
Join us for ASL Story Time! Host Richard Rose will be telling the story of Knuffle Bunny in American Sign Language. Plus get a fun Knuffle Bunny art activity that you and your child can create at home.
Get in the groove of learning ASL all year with our special offers for online class packages. Offers good through 12/31/20.
The National Center for Hearing Assessment and Management (NCHAM) is sharing information about a free resource for families interested in using cued speech. Learn more about the Cued Family Program here.
A college student in Ohio is researching how Deaf identity is influenced by contact with culturally Deaf individuals. She has a short survey for young adults (18-25) who have at least one cochlear implant.
RIT/NTID’s American Sign Language and English Interpretation program has achieved national accreditation, making it one of only 16 accredited bachelor’s degree interpreting programs in the country.