I love you in sign language 🤟🏼 has always been something I’ve done with my gramma since day 1 so this year for her birthday I made her a wooden card💛
What’s something special you do with your grandma? 🥰
Forgot to post this from this past weekend at the Sonic Temple music festival. The sign language interpreters at some of the gigs were amazing. Not only did they obviously know the lyrics to all the songs but they were rocking out while signing too. They did a performance of their own and it was really cool to watch!
Want to support us as we support classrooms like the one pictured here? We are in need of a few more workbooks for students in Grade 5 at Mampong School for the Deaf in Ghana. We will be delivering these, along with all the other generously donated materials, in just about 3 weeks! Visit our Amazon wishlist to help make a difference, link in bio.
We come in contact with a huge variety of people in this job which is awesome. Over the years we have worked with the vision impaired, speakers of English as a second language and people with different cultural or religious requirements when it comes to property.
This week we worked with a hearing impaired buyer who was successful with their offer. We couldn't call with the good news and a txt message is a bit meh. What to do?
Philip looked up the NZ Sign Language app and did his best to convey the good news in a video message. Can you work out what he's saying?
Visiting in Brussels, Belgium today at the headquarters of the European Union when I saw this on the screen. (Immediately, I thought about Stacy @whyisign.) Accessibility is SO important, and I'm glad to see multiple sign languages shown! And, even though I don't know IS, it is close enough to ASL that I got the point!
Transcript: Welcome! This is the Parlamentarium of the European Union. Admission is free. You are invited to look around using written guides to correspond with each exhibit for more information. There you go!
Have you heard the news?! You’ve been asking for an online platform for a while... and we have created something we’re just so proud of...Communication Junction has entered the virtual learning world! Introducing Sign and Sing at Home! 🤟🏻📚🖥 With a monthly subscription of $15 you have access to:
⭐️ 4- Sign+Sing Story Times
⭐️ List If books ⭐️ Supplemental videos
⭐️ TakeHome sheet (with signs and songs)
⭐️ Watching on your schedule *Users must have access to facebook. Learn more by visiting the link in our profile.
Jewelry designer Naama Gilo was born with hearing loss. She was looking for an attractive and interesting way to bring representation to deaf culture and began creating jewelry in sign language. "Our hope is that these designs will draw attention and create dialogue around sign language, an expressive language with depth and beauty,” Gilo says on her website. Gilo hopes that her collection will reach out to the deaf community and beyond.
We look forward to the launch of her new jewelry line!