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There are many benefits of using sign with students from as young as preverbal infants all the way to older students who struggle with reading. Research has also shown benefits for children with special needs including dyslexia, language impairments, Down syndrome and autism spectrum disorders, as well as for both hearing and deaf children in an inclusive education environment. The benefits of signing are not just for students, but for teachers and families too. When children can communicate more clearly, teachers and families can respond to them more easily and feel more competent in their own work.

Training Opportunities

Functional Sign I

Functional Sign I is a 10-session course designed for beginning signers or those looking to refresh their skills. Sessions are offeredbased on participant interest. If you are interested, please email Rose to be added to the listserv. You can also follow the Upcoming Events page on the Center for Disabilities website.

Contact

Name Department & Office Contact
Rose Moehring
  • Coordinator, Deaf-Blind Program
CENTER FOR DISABILITIES
Health Science Center - Sioux Falls 221