learning your child's lalnguage The Importance of Sign Language

deaf children perceive the world differently than their hearing parents and do not share the same culture.
sign language, a visually beautiful way of communication, is one of the most essential aspect of deaf culture, and provides deaf children with a way to express themselves.

By learning sign language, hearing parents can help their child be a part of Deaf culture.

When a Deaf child knows the heart language of their culture it gives them the feelings of acceptance in a society that understands and shares their unique qualities.

Sign language will give a Deaf child a sense of self-confidence despite the differences of their minority, which is the best thing a parents can do for their Deaf child.

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