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SIGNING Basics

Deaf Culture - What do these expressions mean?



Our fun and engaging courses gives you the strategies you need to communicate with Deaf people in a culturally appropriate way.

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Connect with every Deaf person you meet.  


After studying, testing, and improving the best introduction when meeting Deaf people, I identified key phrases and a few simple strategies that can change how you communicate with Deaf people to become a better leader, co-worker and peer.  


It's all about how you make them feel!


Deaf Culture Training

2 hours


Deaf Culture:
An overview of the culture and the unique characteristics found among people within the D/deaf community.


Do’s and Don’ts in Deaf Culture: Participants will learn effective tips for interacting with people who are deaf or hard of hearing (includes a handout).



Signing Basics: This is our customized “American Sign Language” lesson plan that anyone can perform.


Questions and Answers:
Participants will have the opportunity to ask hard questions your not sure if you should ask.


Evaluations


Wrap-Up

2 Hours

Deaf Culture Training
 1.5 hours

• Do and Do not Do in Deaf Culture: Participants will learn effective tips for interacting with people who are deaf or hard of hearing: includes a handout.

Signing Basics: Is our customized “American Sign Language” lesson plan that anyone can perform.

Q&A: Participants will have the opportunity to ask hard questions your not sure if you should ask.

• Evaluations

• Wrap up

Deaf Culture Training
 ​4 hours

Quiz: A pop quiz will test the knowledge of the participants regarding Deaf people.

Deaf Culture: An overview of the culture and the unique characteristics found among people within the D/deaf community.

Role-plays: Role-plays will reveal our current responses to key situations between deaf and hearing individuals.

Signing Basics: Is our customized “American Sign Language” lesson plan that anyone can perform.

Role-plays: Our second role-play provides us with an opportunity to revise our responses and apply the information we have learned about hearing loss and D/deaf Culture.

Q&A: Participants will have the opportunity to ask hard questions your not sure if you should ask.

• Evaluations

• Wrap up

Ready to Train

All Deaf Culture Training Includes:
Sign Language Interpreters, Materials and SIGNING Basics Certificate of Training