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American Sign Language Instruction

Programs that teach individuals with hearing impairments and others who have an interest to communicate using American Sign Language (ASL), a visual/manual communication system with its own syntax and vocabulary. ASL uses a combination of hand and body movements to represent words, ideas, objects, actions and other concepts; and is recognized as a true language in its own right. It is used extensively in the deaf community and is taught as the person's primary language with English as a second language. Also included are programs that teach preverbal infants and toddlers to use ASL as a way of communicating their needs.

2 Locations offering the requested services. Providers are listed by city
HEARING, SPEECH & DEAF CENTER OF GREATER CINCINNATI*
2825 Burnet Avenue Suite 330
Cincinnati, OH 45219
(513) 221-0527 Administrative
(513) 221-1703 FAX
(513) 206-9424 TTY/TDD
Hamilton County
INDIANA SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF
1200 East 42nd Street
Indianapolis, IN 46205
(800) 722-6166 Toll free voice
(317) 550-4853 Service/Intake   Administrative Assistant
Marion County
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