American Sign Language is a fantastic second language to pick up. It bridges the gap with those who are Deaf or hard of hearing. Signing at a young age can also benefit children who are special needs children.
Children that have special needs are able to use American Sign Language communicate with their caregivers and other people. Children that suffer from Down syndrome, autism, cerebral palsy, aphasia and other language delays and impairments have used the ASL system to communicate with others.
Our ASL tutor can work with children of all ages and abilities, even adults, to help them master ASL as a second language. Heather can help with families with one or more members with hearing impairments to bridge the communication gap. Book an appointment with us today at Outside the Box: Creative Tutoring in Wyoming, MI, Grand Rapids, MI, and the Greater Grand Rapids, MI area.
Nadia has grown up with sign language as her first language. She is hard of hearing, she wears two hearing aids. She has deaf parents that taught her sign language since she was born. She was involved with many of the different deaf clubs events. She also volunteered Camp Chris William for the Deaf/Hard Of Hearing/Blind/Coda campers for the week. She has attended there since 2016. She worked with variety of ages and disabilities. She was always inspired to help other people who are in need or interested in learning our language and our culture.
In addition to tutoring, Nadia is a small deaf business owner. She makes her own art & crafts. She makes bath salts with herbs, candles, wire wrapping with crystals, wood crafts and paintings. During her free time Nadia enjoys traveling out of state and go on adventures with her friends. She loves being outdoors and spending time with her family and friends.