Benefits of Signing

What Current Clinical Research Really Says About Signing for Hearing Children For most children, using sign language is an exciting activity based on muscles and movement, not just looking and listening. Small children love to learn to sign, just as they love to learn anything by doing, exploring, trying, touching and moving, not just...

Apraxia and Sign Language

Why Sign Language is Beneficial for Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS) Sign language has shown to be beneficial for children diagnosed with CAS.  But why? Why is sign language working for children with CAS? First it’s important to really understand what apraxia is and what it is not. CAS is a motor planning disorder....

Meet Ben & His Educational Journey

Please enjoy this special guest post from Benjamin Robinson during our January topic: Autism. Ben is a successful man living with autism who enjoys sharing his stories to hopefully help others in their path. I started school at young age. My first memories were in preschool, but I will start at grade school, I...

Help Rachel

<embed src=”http://widget.chipin.com/widget/id/45f2b49f08fa8a4f” flashVars=”event_title=Help%20Rachel&event_desc=Signing%20Time%20helping%20others.%20″ type=”application/x-shockwave-flash” allowScriptAccess=”always” wmode=”transparent” width=”220″ height=”220″></embed> Rachel Coleman, founder of Signing Time, is going to Ghana to help others learn and share sign language. Help this great cause. It’s true!! It’s true! The Signing Time Foundation is partnering with Signs of Hope International for a ten day humanitarian mission to spend time with, support, and do...

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