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ASL Video of the Week 9/22/22: Meanings of GIVE in ASL

There are several different meanings of the word GIVE and they are all signed in different ways! Learn about those differences and how you can use them appropriately! Sentences are related to reading opportunities, not ASL translations. ASL Presenters: Ashley Russ,...

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Enter ASDC’s 2022 Holiday Card Art Contest

We’re inviting kids ages 3-17 to show off their artistic skills by drawing their interpretation of our 2022 Holiday Theme: “Holiday Fun with Family and Friends”.  Enter today for your chance to be one of five featured artists in our 2022 Holiday Card Collection!...

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Donor Acknowledgements – August 2022

Thank you to ASDC’s August 2022 Donors! Your support and contributions help us connect families through American Sign Language. Individual Donors Anonymous Ian Carrera Eyal Goldman Edgar and Lynda Layland Donald Swaner Ramya Thangaraj Carlisa Thompson Christina...

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Welcome! Forsyth County Schools joins ASDC!

Join us in giving Forsyth County Schools in Georgia a hearty welcome as they join the ASDC family of schools supporting D/HH students in language accessibility, learning, and inclusion. We're excited to have them as part of the team! Welcome, Forsyth!   Learn...

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September 2022: Celebrate Deaf Awareness Month

This month provides us with the opportunity to highlight the importance of providing equal access to members of our communities who are Deaf, hard of hearing, or experiencing hearing loss. Here at ASDC, we believe that deafness is not a disability, but language...

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Deaf Business Spotlight: Artfully Artistic

This week, we spotlight a Deaf Small Business, Artfully Artistic ! Czaza is the owner and she shares her talent that is for sale. “Hello, everyone. My name is Czaza. I own a small business called Artfully Artistic. What do we do? We create handmade framed 3D “I love...

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ASL Video of the Week: Signs of Fall

FALL has different meanings in different sentences! Sentences are reading opportunities, not ASL translations. This video encourages reading comprehension for deaf children and others who are learning English. ASL learners can pick up ASL vocabulary, classifiers, and...

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ASL Video of the Week: David Goes to School

Age hasn't dampened the now school-age David's energy, but at least his exhausted mother gets a break! Now the teacher has her hands full with her new class clown, truant, and troublemaker rolled into one. Can David ever hope to earn a gold star? Your little one will...

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ASL Video of the Week: The Wizard of Oz in ASL

In the fall of 2011, Florida School for the Deaf and Blind (FSDB) Deaf Elementary Eyes Alive! performing arts troupe teachers and students worked two days a week for five months on “The Wizard of Oz” production. It was a delightful and enriching experience...

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Donor Acknowledgements – July 2022

Thank you to ASDC’s July 2022 Donors! Your support and contributions help us connect families through American Sign Language. Individual Donors Anonymous (4) Kelly Carson Mahaila Jade D'Anna Johnson Edgar and Lynda Layland Diya Leupold Christine WixomDedicated Donors...

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Back to School Book Giveaway! Join us on Instagram!

""Back to School Giveaway! Last week, we shared the adorable story "Good to be Me" as part of our weekly "ASL Video of the Week" story signing series.  Now you have the chance to get your very own copy!  American Society for Deaf Children is excited to partner...

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ASL Video of the Week: Good to be Me

"Good to be Me" by Jessica Parham "Good to be Me" is an adorable children's book written by the author Jessica Parham,  illustrated by Srimalie Bassani, and signed by Amelia the Archaeologist. Just in time for back-to-school transitions and experiences, this...

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