Deaf News This Week: 4/12/2019

Posted on Apr 11, 2019 by paul

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Deaf News This Week – April 5th, 2019

Posted on Apr 05, 2019 by paul

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Handshape of the Week: L!

Posted on Apr 05, 2019 by paul

The L-Handshape involves extending the thumb and index fingers in the shape of the letter ‘L’, as shown below in the the sign for LAW! Other signs that use the L-handshape include: Lethargic Library Longer Lord Loyal Lutheran Mountain Dew Necklace Pipe

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5 Signs For Your Baby/Toddler

Posted on Apr 05, 2019 by paul

Did you know that babies can learn simply signs at around six months old? Teaching Sign Language to your baby or toddlers can give them a head start in their language skills, reduce tantrums related to communication barriers, and may even give them better grades in school! Remember: The best way to learn a sign […]

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Learning ASL- What To Watch Out For!

Posted on Mar 29, 2019 by paul

There are a few great resources out there to help you learn American Sign Language, but not all websites are created equal! How do you know for sure you’re observing accurate Sign Language? How can we tell the difference? Before signing up for just any ol’ site, go through this quick checklist: 1. How old […]

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Handshape of the Week: K!

Posted on Mar 28, 2019 by paul

The K-handshape (or P-Handshape) shows the thumb between the (extended) index and middle fingers, as shown in the sign for PEOPLE! Other signs that use the K-Handshape are: Brand Emperor Fail Fall Short Flunk Keep Kind Kindergarten King

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Deaf News This Week – 3/29/19

Posted on Mar 28, 2019 by paul

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FAQs of Deaf Life (Funny)

Posted on Mar 22, 2019 by paul

Wanted to ask that odd question to that random deaf guy in the store, but felt too awkward to talk to a stranger? Well scroll down and see if it’s here! 1. “IT’S SO NICE TO ME-ET YOU! :D” AH! Nice to meet you too! But there’s no need to yell- just talk at an […]

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Handshape of the Week: I!

Posted on Mar 21, 2019 by paul

The I-handshape is easy- Just hold up your pinky! Here is the I-handshape in the sign for INDEPENDENCE: Other signs that use the I-handshape are: Concept Consider Cord Covetous Deaf Institution Disease Emaciated Envious Envy Final Green

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Deaf News This Week: 3/22/19

Posted on Mar 21, 2019 by paul

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