What is American Sign Language?
American Sign Language, or ASL, is a naturally developed, visual language that is predominantly used by the Deaf community. Hand shapes, movements, as well as facial expression and non-manual cues are all communicated visually. ASL is not universal and is unique to America.
Why Learn American Sign Language?
ASL is an exciting and challenging language to learn! Having a basic knowledge of ASL can have a huge impact on those who use and depend on it. Join me in bridging the language gap and learn to sign with fellow users. Together, we'll be 'Signing in the Gap'.
"Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much." - Helen Keller