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Resources for Family Members with Deaf/Hard-of-Hearing Relatives: Home

This guide is intended to provide access to resources for families of individuals who are deaf or hard-of-hearing. It is not intended to be comprehensive but rather to serve as a starting point on your journey to learning American Sign Language.

Use the tabs across the top of the page to chose the different types of resources that are provided here. Questions about the content included here or requests for further information may be directed to KMuroski@mtaloy.edu. If you encounter any broken links, please let us know by emailing srajpar@mtaloy.edu.
We welcome your comments and suggestions/requests for the inclusion of additional information.

Free American Sign Language Course at Mount Aloysius College

The American Sign Language-English Interpreting Program at Mount Aloysius College has an exciting new opportunity to offer our global community. Learn American Sign Language online!

If you have a relative who is deaf and uses ASL to communicate, this is an opportunity to learn their language.

We will be offering free online ASL classes for people who have deaf relatives. Classes will be held on Monday evenings, 7:00-9:00 EST, from Jan 28 through April 8 (no class on March 11).

For further details and to apply for the course, please visit Free ASL Course at Mount Aloysius College.

 

Learn about the American Sign Language/English Interpreting Program at Mount Aloysius College

The American Sign Language/English Interpreting program at Mount Aloysius College is accredited by the Commission of Collegiate Interpreter Education (CCIE). CCIE is the preeminent accrediting body created to assess professional sign language interpreter programs at colleges and universities.  

Detailed information about the program is available on the Mount Aloysius College website

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