A CIRS Success: Signing for Seniors
Beth W. is a common sight around HASA these days. A retired school teacher, Beth is continuing her own education by taking American Sign Language (ASL) classes taught throughout the year at HASA. An avid learner and community activist, her desire to learn is what influenced HASA to create the Signing for Seniors ASL class in 2015.
Signing for Seniors students develop a vocabulary of useful topics such as health, weather, and finances. They also learn to make complaints and give compliments. “I’m just going to keep trying and keep learning,” says Beth with a smile.
The Signing for Seniors class is offered every semester at HASA along with ASL levels 1-5 and a Children’s sign language course. Click Here>> to register for classes.
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- Apraxia of Speech in Adults
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