Studies show that learning a second language at a young age is beneficial to a child intellectually.
Because ASL is a minority language and the indigenous language of the American Deaf community, it is our philosophy and practice to make the program linguistically accessible and culturally friendly.
Not only will the students have fun learning and using this skill but it will also improve small motor skills. In addition this pursuit will make youngsters aware of those who are different and have special needs. It will teach them not to fear the differences but embrace the likenesses.