Learning to sign

Hoping to find a local sign language educator

Kristen Kristen
1 week ago

Check out this website.

http://www.signlanguage101.com/

Calico696 Calico696
1 week ago

County College of Morris offers classes

http://catalog.ccm.edu/credit/courselistings/asl/

More info here:

https://www.aar-eeo.com/sign-language-classes/Morris-county-NJ/listings.html

JrzyGirl88 JrzyGirl88
1 week ago

My husband and I took classes at Morris County College after our son with Down Syndrome started losing his hearing. Great course and we learned so much.
All though we sign with him years and years later after this course, we found it wasn’t helpful in the community as no one knows it.
He ended up being taught how to read lips and is amazing at it.
Not sure what you will be using sign for but good luck and have fun!

LivingLifeLovingLife LivingLifeLovingLife
1 week ago

Even closer are the 4 credit courses at Centenary U.

https://selfservice.centenaryuniversity.edu/Student/Courses/Search?subjects=SLN

Sign Language I just started on Aug 26th

Phil D. Phil D.
1 week ago

WCCC adult continuing education offers sign language classes.

Yeppers Yeppers
1 week ago

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