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Why Use Sign Language with Infants and Toddlers?















In this episode, we speak with pediatric speech-language pathologist Adrienne, of “Learn With Adrienne.” Our discussion focuses on:







* Adrienne’s special interest in using gestures and Sign Language with young children as a tool to support the development of verbal language* The evidence that supports this practice* Great tips and resources for parents, caregivers and professionals interested in using Sign Language with infants and toddlers.







Adrienne teaches Sign Language to beginners. She has created videos on Youtube, and an online Sign Language Online Course for beginners. Her passion is to teach Sign Language by simplifying signs into bite-sized, step-by-step directions, while giving memory strategies.







Adrienne is dedicated to helping beginners learn Sign Language so that they can begin to communicate with family members, friends, classmates, or customers who are deaf or hard of hearing. Adrienne’s mission: Sign to Connect.







Sign up for her Sign Language Online Course here (I consider this course such a great resource, I became an affiliate!)







Looking for the full transcript of the interview? Keep scrolling down!







>>Don’t Miss Our Corresponding Blog Post!















Great resources we mentioned in this podcast episode (in order they were mentioned):







Laura Mize “Teach Me To Talk”







The Babblers and the Bangers







Get the first lesson of her online course for free here







Assume Intentionality Learn With Less podcast episode







Sign up for Adrienne’s Sign Language Online Course here (I consider this course such a great resource, I became an affiliate!)







Get the first lesson of her online course for free here







Watch Adrienne’s Facebook Live videos here







Hand Gestures Boost Spoken and Signed Language Learning







Early Sign Language Vocabulary







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Why Use Sign Language with Infants and Toddlers?















In this episode, we speak with pediatric speech-language pathologist Adrienne, of “Learn With Adrienne.” Our discussion focuses on:







* Adrienne’s special interest in using gestures and Sign Language with young children as a tool to support the development of verbal language* The evidence that supports this practice* Great tips and resources for parents, caregivers and professionals interested in using Sign Language with infants and toddlers.







Adrienne teaches Sign Language to beginners. She has created videos on Youtube, and an online Sign Language Online Course for beginners. Her passion is to teach Sign Language by simplifying signs into bite-sized, step-by-step directions, while giving memory strategies.







Adrienne is dedicated to helping beginners learn Sign Language so that they can begin to communicate with family members, friends, classmates, or customers who are deaf or hard of hearing. Adrienne’s mission: Sign to Connect.







Sign up for her Sign Language Online Course here (I consider this course such a great resource, I became an affiliate!)







Looking for the full transcript of the interview? Keep scrolling down!







>>Don’t Miss Our Corresponding Blog Post!















Great resources we mentioned in this podcast episode (in order they were mentioned):







Laura Mize “Teach Me To Talk”







The Babblers and the Bangers







Get the first lesson of her online course for free here







Assume Intentionality Learn With Less podcast episode







Sign up for Adrienne’s Sign Language Online Course here (I consider this course such a great resource, I became an affiliate!)







Get the first lesson of her online course for free here







Watch Adrienne’s Facebook Live videos here







Hand Gestures Boost Spoken and Signed Language Learning







Early Sign Language Vocabulary







Connect With Us:

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