Happy Holidays to my “signing family”! I hope the season is filled with love, kindness and joy for you and your loved ones. I cannot express enough how thankful I am to know each and every one of you, and how honored I am to be part of your journey. Keep those hands flying!
As many of you know, I have been working on a very special project for several years. I am so excited to announce that it is FINALLY complete and open to the community! If you would like to check out a free preview or learn more about it, please go to our new website: WECANSIGN.com Although the series is geared toward families, caregivers and educators of those with autism, research shows that signing can help tremendously with a wide range of individuals who struggle to fully communicate verbally.
If any of you would be willing to write a review about me, my teaching style, or how sign language has blessed your life, I would be beyond grateful! Just go to the wecansign.com website and fill out the review form at the bottom. If you know of anyone who might benefit from this series or are part of groups on Facebook or social media please share the website with them. Thank you all so much for your support!
Holiday gift certificates: special price!
Some of you have asked about gift certificates to give the gift of sign language to a loved one. If you purchase a gift certificate for someone this season, you get $15 off your next class tuition, plus $15 off the gift certificate. Email us for more information!
Holiday party/signing social
Our next signing social will actually be a holiday party at my home! The date is Friday, Nov 30th at 7pm. We have been passing out invitations in classes, if you are a past student and not currently in a class, we would still love to have you! Just send me a message and I will give you more details!
We are continuing our “bring a buddy” discount! Send us an email if you would like more information.
ASL Teen Mingle Night at Centennial HS
On Tuesday, Dec 4th from 6-8pm Centennial HS is hosting an ASL mingle night. They are playing “minute to win it” games. They are asking just a $2 donation to IESDB and a snack to share. This is a fantastic way to meet other new signers and practice your skills in a natural setting. You guys can do it!!
What an amazing experience this past week! To celebrate 20 years in operation, a company called Comfort Keepers did a nationwide search for 20 recipients to receive their “wishes”. This beautiful gal, Julie, who has recently lost all of her hearing, had a wish to learn sign language so that she can communicate with her family and caregivers.
Comfort Keepers found me and asked me to help grant her wish. We had a surprise “reveal” celebration on Wednesday. I will never forget how Julie’s eyes lit up when she learned the news! I am HONORED to be part of granting Julie’s wish and can’t wait to help her be able to communicate again! Comfort Keepers, you guys are AMAZING!
“Deafness need not be isolating, for isolation is deafening” -Tara Adams