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Thank you to ASDC’s August 2021 donors! Your contribution is bringing families together through American Sign Language.
Join us in Westminster, MD on Saturday, September 11th for an all-day pickleball tournament. Admission is free. Families and fans are welcome!
A new poll from the auto industry gauges how Deaf and hard of hearing drivers interact with vehicles. This information will be used to improve accessibility in new cars.
Children who are deaf-blind often miss out on natural (incidental) opportunities to learn. Learn practices and strategies to promote access to learning!
This week’s video is an ASL retelling of the book, David Goes to School. Find out what happens when David’s outrageous behavior lands him in trouble at school.
Learn about Deaf Education and get the tools you need to make informed decisions about your child’s educational placement and support.
In this November 15 webinar, you’ll learn practical ways to help your deaf or hard of hearing child build stronger relationships and be safer from harm or abuse.
This week’s ASL video takes a deep dive into the word “on” and gives examples of its uses in English and ASL.
Learn how Cued Speech and other strategies can help deaf and hard of hearing students improve their English literacy skills.
Take our online class to learn American Sign Language signs for discussing puberty, sex, and related topics.
Get ASL resources for the back to school season – and more- in our July/Aug newsletter!
Watch fun videos of ASL signs, songs, and stories for the back to school season.
Communication and Concept Development During the earliest stage of communication, children communicate through unintentional behaviors, like crying when hungry. As they grow, their communication becomes more intentional, as they observe, interact, and begin to mimic...
Thank you to ASDC’s May 2021 donors! Your contribution is bringing families together through American Sign Language.
Join us on Saturday, October 9 for ASL Story Time featuring “A Can of Worms,” a book for preschoolers about counting and numbers.