ASL Instructor

 

Some families want to include American Sign Language (ASL) in their day-to-day communication “toolbox.”  Others might prefer to have some signs as an “as-needed” supplement.”  If ASL is going to be a part of a family’s communication plan, then competence in ASL is best achieved by working with ASL teachers that are native ASL users or fluent in ASL. This native (Deaf) instructor might also be a Deaf/Hard of Hearing Role Model.