American Sign Language (ASL) is the 3rd most used language in the United States.
Nonprofit ACESO Foundation offers an intensive four hour workshop
to train participants to teach young children sign language.
Participants will learn:
• Advantages of introducing sign language to infants, toddlers and preschoolers
• Rules of ASL
• Manual alphabet
• Common ASL phrases
• Signed numbers
• Helpful guidelines for trainers
• Initial sign language vocabulary selection
• Expressive and receptive language skills from birth to six years
• ASL resources
With 20 participants, ACESO Foundation’s valuable and unique sign language training is provided for only $20. per participant! ACESO Foundation’s fee for this fun learning experience is $400. and mileage reimbursement to/from your location.
About the Instructor:
Cindy Powell has been teaching sign language in the Rocky Mountain Region
for more than 30 years. As a Colorado Disability Program Navigator,
Cindy was recipient of the International Association of Workforce Professionals’
“Services to Specialized Populations” award in 2006. More recently,
The Arc of the Pikes Peak Region presented Cindy with a “Professional of the Year”
award in 2010. Cindy has published numerous articles on disabilities, and is
a regular contributor to “Apostrophe” – a magazine devoted to disability awareness.
What Participants Say:
• “Amazing teacher. Loved every minute.”
• “We all learned so much! The training technique is very conducive to learning the material
and storing it into permanent memory.”
• “The instructor’s enthusiasm was contagious.
• “This was an amazing class that was challenging
but appropriate for all learning levels and styles.”
• “Fun learning environment. Helped make learning
sign language so easy and comfortable.”
• “Would highly recommend.”
References are available on Instructor Cindy Powell’s LinkedIn page:
To schedule training:
4740 Flintridge Drive
Colorado Springs, CO 80918
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