MOST Mondays: The location for this class often changes based upon space availability, so please contact Julie Marshall prior to each event to confirm the details at Julie@brainsong.net
Come learn or practice ASL Sign Language for free!
Anyone can join us! Anyone who wishes to learn ASL sign language in a family-friendly environment is welcome. This class is especially geared for beginners who use ASL as a tool for communication because of a disability. A great class for teenagers who want to practice for their class at school. We are inclusive!
Free “Signing Fun” books available; donated by the ACL (Association for Community Living)
Facilitator, Jen Kuzminsky, is an educational interpreter who works with children with disabilities in schools and at summer camps.
If you are interested in attending, please contact Julie Marshall at Julie@brainsong.net, so you can be added to the list and be connected with a OneDrive file with all the vocabulary we are working on. You can jump into our group at any time!
Important note: With great respect for the Deaf community, no one in our group is an expert at ASL, and we don’t believe our way is the only way to sign, because we recognize there are different ways to sign many words. We defer to our instructors (and their friends in the Deaf community) and what they have learned through their studies.