AG Bell announced the launch of their Cradle to Career blog, an online community for parents and caregivers of children who are deaf and hard of hearing, as well as teens and adults with hearing loss.
This is a space to collectively share your stories and your experiences, to connect on a deeper level, and join together as a community.
ASL Connect, through Gallaudet University, is offering free basic ASL class online with accredited ASL courses also available online.
El Paso ISD Day School for the Deaf is offering adult American Sign Language classes. Free sign language classes are offered at 5:30 p.m. on Mondays in the Hillside cafeteria. Those interested can begin classes any time of the year. Read more how the classes helps adults learn the basics of American Sign Language.
The new Weatherford High School courses, Navigating Life with Hearing Loss and Cyber Citizenship, approved for the 2018-19 school year at last week’s board of trustees meeting, is part of a bigger district push to add more elective courses that focus on the local community, WISD superintendent Dr. Jeffrey Hanks said. As a regional district for deaf education students and with cyber safety being relevant to all children, the courses are beneficial, Hanks said. “Those are definite needs for both our deaf ed community and all students in general as far as cyber safety is concerned,” he said. “Our deaf ed program recommended to us that we offer it,” Hanks said of the Navigating Life with Hearing Loss elective. Cyber citizenship would focus on online safety, Hanks said.
Find out more at The Weatherford Democrat.
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