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ASL Classes for Families of Deaf Adults

Would you like to be able to communicate better with a deaf family member?

ASL Classes for Families of Deaf Adults is a sequence of four short courses and is for people who have a family member who is 18 years or older, deaf, and who uses American Sign Language as a primary means of communication.

The course introduces vocabulary and grammar of ASL as well as Deaf culture to assist students to enhance communication among their family members.

This is also a great opportunity to network with people who share similar experiences.

Application fee, tuition fee, and cost of a text package are subsidized by the Grand Lodge of B.C. and Yukon.

 Do you have a deaf person in your family?

Course Schedule:

Prep 011: January 7 – April 8, 2010, Thursdays, 7:00 PM – 9:30 PM

Fees: $4.67 (student and college initiative fees)

Info Session:

Wed. Nov. 25, 2009, 6 PM – 7 PM

Room 2559, VCC Broadway Campus (1155 East Broadway, Vancouver)

Bring your families. Join us at the information session and learn about the course. Meet people, like you, who understand the challenges and the fun of mixing hearing and deaf people in the same family!

For more information, please contact Department of ASL and Deaf Studies

Phone: 604.871.7443 (Voice Mail)

E-mail: signlanguage@vcc.ca


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