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Casting call for a 6-9 year old black, female and deaf child who is proficient in American Sign Language. Deadline: July 9.
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Learn how ASL came to be. Watch videos in ASL about the fascinating history and evolution of sign language in the United States.
DreamBank is presenting a free online yoga class for kids with an ASL interpreter on June 29th.
See an ASL presentation of the traditional folk tale “Bear and Turtle and the Great Lake Race” told with a twist! Presented in spoken English and ASL
Watch Deaf rapper WAWA perform the Star Spangled Banner and America the Beautiful in American Sign Language to celebrate the 4th of July!
Watch a video of the classic fairy tale “Cinderella” told in spoken English and American Sign Language (by comedian Keith Wann).
Únase al Grupo de Padres Latinos de ASDC.
Vengan a conocer 3 Madres Latinas que compartirán su historia siendo padres de niños sordos o con pérdida auditiva.
This week’s ASL video takes a deep dive into the word “hold” and gives examples of its uses in English and ASL.
Watch a video of the children’s book “How the Elephant Got Its Trunk told in American Sign Language. Great for kids ages 4 and up.
Highlights from Rachel Coleman’s three years of service as ASDC’s Executive Director
Parents of students with deaf-blindness are important members of their child’s Individualized Education Program (IEP) team.
Thank you to ASDC’s May 2021 donors! Your contribution is bringing families together through American Sign Language.
Gallaudet University’s Brain & Language Center is looking for kids entering 1st grade in/near Washington DC to participate in a study on how children learn.