James Smith, author and co-owner of Deaf Sense LLC, has joined with ASL Concepts to provide a high quality deaf culture book to youth. Get your “A Story of American Sign Language” now!
“So much more than I was looking for! Having heard that a large percentage of the population on Martha’s Vineyard knows sign language, I was looking for a simple explanation of why. This children’s book is so much more. A fun exploration of the history of American Sign Language, how it was developed, and how it both educated and empowered members of the deaf community for decades. I recommend it not only for members of the deaf community, but I believe children learning sign language at school or Scouts (or in a similar way) will also enjoy it.”
~ Deaf Sense Customer
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Why Camp Ollin?
Deaf SenseFebruary 3, 2018
Are you trying to decide which summer camp to send your kids to? Still not convinced your child needs summer camp? You want the best for your children. We have 8+ ways your kids will gain lifelong benefits from coming to Camp Ollin. Give your child the gift of a summer to Remember – that will set him or her up for a life of success. Limited space available.
Making the Most of your “We Succeed Because We Can” Poster
Deaf SenseSeptember 7, 2017
Teachers! We are so happy you have ordered your “We Succeed Because We Can” posters! Here are some great ideas of how to make the most of your poster in your classroom! Heck, we even include the Common Core Standards the activities fit under! Together, we CAN make a difference in the lives of youth everywhere! Lesson Plan Ideas and Suggestions Together as a class, pick a person from th …[Read More]
From Bystander to Believer: My journey as a Hearing Mother
Deaf SenseJune 2, 2017
I am a hearing wife of a Deaf man and a hearing mother of 4 children, three of whom are Deaf. I was born in a hearing family with all hearing siblings. Although I learned a bit of sign language, and even performed a song in sign at my 8th grade graduation, I had never met a deaf person. When I was fourteen, my sister, who was just two years older then I, was losing her hearing. She saw an audiolog …[Read More]
Goddess of Chaos
So much more than I was looking for! Having heard that a large percentage of the population on Martha’s Vineyard knows sign language, I was looking for a simple explanation of why. This children’s book is so much more. A fun exploration of the history of American Sign Language, how it was developed, and how it both educated and empowered members of the deaf community for decades. I recommend it not only for members of the deaf community, but I believe children learning sign language at school or Scouts (or in a similar way) will also enjoy it.
What was valuable to me was realizing that even in moments where I didn’t think I could do anything, changing my thoughts and making small changes could make a huge difference. Mariposa Mentoring is amazing. Lynell can really help you realize what you want in life.
“Lynell is great at mentoring! She helped me through some major blocks in regards to loving and forgiving myself. I feel that I have more direction and desire to fulfill my personal purpose in life.”
I love all the Deaf Sense videos! My daughter is a big fan too. The kids are ASL role models for her!
ASL Teacher / Weber High School, Ogden Utah,
Your posters that I bought from you have helped my students in my class recognize some of the deaf achievements and triumphs. For example, Matt Hamill and John Maucere both are on the poster. So when my students see this, they ask me if I am going to show more of the others who are successful. My students realize that there are more of other deaf people who want to be successful and be normal just like every one. Now my students will walk up to our 7 deaf students at the school and sign to them. These deaf students feel like they are more accepted.
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