Recent News & Articles
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ASDC Newsletter May 2021:
New Fingerspelling App
May Signs Video
New Documentary about Deaf Students on Netflix
Authentic Assessments for Deaf-Blind Children
Spanish Language Support for Latino Parents of Deaf Children
New VideoPhone from Sorenson
ASDC se enorgullece de presentar nuevos recursos y eventos que se llevan a cabo en español.
Watch an ASL lesson with Shaylee from the Netflix move “Feel the Beat” and learn some of the American Sign Language signs used in the film.
Sorenson Communications, a leading provider of Deaf communication services, announces the release of Lumina, a new videophone that enhances communication with family and friends.
Gallaudet University’s Camp Discovery is for a virtual summer camp for kids ages 4-12 who are deaf/hard of hearing or have deaf parents.
Raising a deaf or hard of hearing child with English, ASL, and another spoken language? You can participate in a research study!
Do you work with clinical practices, children and families, state stakeholders, and/or other organizations or providers who support children and families who are deaf or hard of hearing? The American Academy of Pediatrics' Early Hearing Detection and Invervention...
How can you know what a child with deaf-blindness knows and how they learn? Learn how getting an authentic assessment can create a roadmap that builds on your child’s strengths.
Audible, a new documentary on Netflix, follows a Maryland School for the Deaf high school athlete as as he and his friends complete their senior year and prepare to enter the hearing world as adults.
Watch this ASL video of the book “Love You Forever” by Robert Munsch – a powerful reminder how unconditional love between a parent and child.
Thank you to ASDC’s April 2021 donors! Your contribution is bringing families together through American Sign Language.
ASDC and Hello Monday just launched a free web app that uses machine learning to give you instant feedback on your ASL fingerspelling skills!
Watch this fun ASL music video of the song “Fireflies” by Owl City performed by 22 students at the DPAN ASL Music Camp.
This week’s ASL video takes a deep dive into the word “able” and gives examples of its uses in English and ASL.