The Right to Communication Why Deaf Children Should Be Taught Sign Language

An adequate form of communication with family and others is critical to the relational development of a child.

Deaf children need to feel the love and support that comes from the deaf community and from their own family.

Deaf children can often feel left out if they are not properly supported by family.

When a family learns sign language for the sake of a deaf child, the child will develop a sense of support and belonging.

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