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Saturday, May 27, 2023 at 8:00 PM EDT
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Sunday, May 28, 2023 at 3:00 PM EDT

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Cheri Dowling 
American Society for Deaf Children 
443-277-8899 
cheri@deafchildren.org 

Sponsors

ASDC's online classes are made possible through the generosity of:


National Technical Institute for the Deaf at RIT

Sorensen Relay Services

Med-El Cochlear Implants

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ASL Weekend: Michigan May 27-28, 2023

Take your ASL skills to the next level!
The ASL Weekend is a unique two-day event for parents, professionals, and teens 16 and older. Get personalized instruction and meaningful practice to help you sign with confidence. ALL levels and abilities are welcome!
 
TOPICS
  • Literacy 
  • Numbers and counting 
  • STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) signs 
  • Taboo signs 
  • Signs every parent should know
  • Sports signs 
  • Fingerspelling 
  • And so much more ...
LOCATION
1142 DeSales Drive
Brooklyn, MI 49230

DATES/TIMES
Saturday May 27; 8 am – 8 pm  
Sunday May 28; 8 am – 3 pm

COST (2 options)
Event only - $250 per person includes breakfast and lunch and dinner on Saturday and breakfast and lunch on Sunday.   
or
Event and Room  - $350 per person (Rooms sleep up to 6 people with private bathroom) LIMITED NUMBER OF ROOMS AVAILABLE 

ASDC members, save $100 on registration!
Email Cheri@deafchildren.org for your discount code.
Not a member? Join ASDC here for $35
CANCELLATION
No refunds after May 1, 2023


Attendee Reviews

“A very organized and extremely entertaining workshop.” – Nicole

“I now feel empowered to use ASL with my deaf child.” – Yesenia

“I feel more confident in my ability to communicate with my 7 month old deaf daughter. This conference was a huge blessing!” – Dana

“Outstanding from start to finish.” – Jill

“Exactly what I needed.” – Matthew

“The attention to detail and dynamic teachers, presenters and coordinator forever have changed my perception and understanding of ASL and the Deaf Community.” – Misty “

This program should be in every school for the deaf.” – Pat