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Deaf Culture: ASL Facts

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Jeana Stump

on 14 April 2014

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Deaf Culture: ASL Facts
ASL is considered a foreign language in America.
At the age of 6 - 8 months, babies can learn to communicate using sign language, just at the age of normal hearing babies can learn their talking communication skills.
Every language has ts own sign language. There are over 500,000 types of sign language throughout the world.
Lip-reading is NOT and effective way to communicate with deaf people. Many English words look alike when spoken and not heard.
Nine out of every ten deaf children are born to hearing parents, or are born into a hearing family.
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