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Louise Sattler of Signing Families and 411 Voices How did you become involved with 411 Voices? 411 VOICES came out of a group of us originally being associated with another woman’s network which had a different platform. We enjoyed the camaraderie and really wanted to continue the support we gave to each other as well […]Continue reading
Comment below to enter for a Signing Families DVD + ASL chart (see below). One winner will be chosen from random.org after April 19th. This giveaway is now CLOSED. Comment #26 (Gioia) was selected from random.org. Congrats! April is National Autism Awareness Month. Both verbal and non-verbal children and adults often find ASL to be […]Continue reading
Not long ago I blogged about the number of people I’ve emailed lately who do not reply. Leah, from Peacock Pottery, left a comment on that post acknowledging my frustration. A few days later she sent me a facebook note, excited to tell me: “Good customer service does still exist!” Story Number One: Leah wrote […]Continue reading
Learn to Sign with Children who have Exceptional Needs:* You are cordially invited to a teleclass sponsored by Our Journey Thru Autism. The goal of this course is to teach parents, educators and anyone else interested with learning basic and adaptive sign language. Homeschool students are very much welcome to join the class! Date: Monday, […]Continue reading
Here are the Mommy Perks Picks for the 2010 Early Childhood Back to School season! Discount School Supply Discount School Supply offers 500+ pages of school supply options – with a 110% lowest price guarantee. Teachers, grandparents, home school parents, educators and nannies will all benefit from utilizing this site. Here are a few of […]Continue reading
The following guest post was provided by Louise – owner of Signing Families. Empowerment via Twitter I still consider myself a novice when it comes to TWITTER. I never could find a good reason why people post what they ate for breakfast, their favorite restaurants in cities I have no chance of visiting anytime soon, […]Continue reading