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You're invited! When: March 8, 2020 from 9am to 4pm Where: EHDI Annual Meeting in Kansas City, MO What: Join us at the 19th annual Early Hearing Detection and Intervention meeting where ASDC is hosting a Parent Leadership Learning Party. Who: Parents of deaf or hard...
More than 90% of deaf children are born to hearing parents, most of whom don’t know American Sign Language (ASL). Sign language plays an essential role in language development for deaf and hard-of-hearing children. Find out how you can help parents of deaf children learn ASL!
Take your ASL skills to the next level! Join us in Rocklin, CA on March 14-15, 2020. All skill levels welcome.
Do you work in the field of Deaf education? Don’t miss the 2020 Education and Advocacy Summit at Gallaudet University.
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 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!
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.
Learn useful ASL signs for December with ASL teacher Ricky Rose!
Take your ASL skills to the next level! Join us in Maryland School for the Deaf in Ellicott City, MD on January 25-26, 2020. All skill levels welcome.
Learn useful ASL signs for November with ASL teacher Edna Johnston!