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ASDC Newsletter April 2021: Celebrate ASL Day, get ASL resources for Earth Day, and see new classes, camps, webinars and job openings.
Parents of infants who are deaf or hard of hearing are needed for an online study being conducted at Gallaudet.
What would cities and campuses look like if they were designed to be inclusive for the deaf and hard of hearing? Free webinar explores DeafSpace Design
Get ASL Resources for Earth Day with links to videos of songs, signs, and stories for children in American Sign Language.
The Horace Mann School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing in Boston is seeking candidates for a School Leader.
Thank you to ASDC’s March 2021 donors! Your contribution is bringing families together through American Sign Language.
Early identification is crucial for children who are deaf-blind. Learn what services are available and how to get them.
Learn American Sign Language with ASDC! This week’s video explores the concept of LIGHT and all the ways the word is used in ASL and English.
Únase al nuevo Grupo de Padres Latinos de ASDC. Join ASDC’s new Latino Parents Group
Deaf Studies Today is putting on an amazing virtual conference this year. ASDC members can attend free of charge. Sign up today!
Join us for our May STEMinar for kids ages 10 and up. Make a motorized car – kit included with registration! Cost $15
Join us for our May ASL class with our expert American Sign Language instructors and learn how to use spatial signs to give clear directions.
Join us for our April ASL Story Time! Edna Johnston will present the classic children’s book “Corduroy” by Don Freeman in American Sign Language. This fun family activity strengthens literacy skills in both ASL and English.
Here’s your chance to BE the change! Learn about the Cogswell-Macy Act and how you can help get the proposed law passed. Join us on April 6 for a free online planning meeting.
Join us on April 19th for the world premiere of You, Too!, a new show for elementary students presented in English and ASL.