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Dispelling Myths About Sign Language

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Matthew Ricca, Speech-Language Pathologist, Vail Inclusive Preschool


American Sign Language (ASL) is commonly associated with deaf or hard-of-hearing children, but it can have benefits for children without hearing impairment, as well. This article takes a glance at the relationship between ASL and spoken language, highlighting the positive benefits ASL can have on children’s overall language development.



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