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Knowing what it was like to grow up as the only Deaf person in her hearing family and raising two young signers, Sheena felt something was missing from the internet. A place where everyone is welcome to learn ASL. Finding her inspiration from the Food Network Channel, ASL Nook came alive in 2013. Since that day…

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Communicating with Your Child There isn’t one communication method that is right for every child.  What works for your child is what is right. The Parent Education Specialists at Beginnings SC believe that given accurate information and reliable resources, parents can make great decisions about their child.  “Choices” is the word we’ve used for years, but it…

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American Sign Language (ASL) is a rich, complex language that uses signs made with the hands and other movements, including facial expressions and postures of the body. ASL is the predominant language used by an estimated 500,000 members of the Deaf Community in the United States and parts of Canada. This means, ASL is the…

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Day 4 of the Back to Blogging/Deaf Awareness Month series!  Today is an idea that can be used at home, at school, on vacation, at the grocery store…anywhere!  You will need a few basic supplies in the beginning, but then you are set for a while! I used Language Experience Books when I was teaching…

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