Welcome to the sign language section of the Babblefish special needs area. We have put this section together to help folks that are hearing impaired . We hope to add sites and links to use full tools and and gadgets to help you deal with your hearing loss and so much more.

Sign language and hearing impaired site..

Teach your child Sign Language – Learn how to teach your child Sign Language in a natural environment and the benefits of utilizing sign language in children who have speech-delays or special needs.

deaf nation – a very uplifting site that offers the deaf community a full list of activities and events as well as help and advice. It is definitely a first stop on our list.

ASL Fingerspelling Quiz Site – Learn finger spelling the easy way with visual guides and streaming video.

Michigan State University – ASL Browser – this site allows you to select a word from a list and it will show you the sign. It is the best sign dictionary we found. Try it.

ASL PRO Sign Language Dictionary – video dictionaries, learning tools and quizzes. A great site to improve your signing abilities and more.

Sorenson IP Relay™ (siprelay) – is a free service that enables deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals to place text-based relay calls from their personal computer (PC) and/or mobile device to any standard telephone user in the US and its territories

Signing on line – web-based courses, designed to effectively teach you American Sign Language (ASL) at your own pace from anywhere in the world.

American Sign Language the Easy Way – Learn American sign language the easy way… Also click here for a list of other great sign books.

Deafpagers.com – specializes in the sale of an increasing variety of cell phones and pager devices. In addition, Deafpagers.com also sells technical devices designed to enhance the safety and living experience of members of the deaf and hard of hearing communities. These devices include (but are not limited to) vibrating alarm clocks, specialized fire and carbon monoxide alarms, vibrating watches, baby/doorbell/videophone alert devices, and much more.

Enablemart – There are literally hundreds of assistive technology products. These products have been designed to collectively meet the needs of individuals across a wide-range of disabilities—blindness, learning difficulties, etc. as well as temporary or permanent problems such as carpal tunnel syndrome or arthritis.

 

Chat Rooms and Forums

Datemedeaf.com – realized how limited Deaf and Hard of Hearing people were in the area of finding others like themselves for friendships and/or love relationships.

All Deaf – Free discussion forum for the public. Categories include deaf life and issues, as well as general topics.

Deaf4Life – Discussion forum and chat board, mainly for deaf people; includes Deaf news, Deaf sports, and forums for ex-students of schools for the deaf.

Deafchurch – UK based discussion portal for deaf Christians.

 

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