**Want to learn ASL American Sign Language?? Start here!! * 25 Basic ASL Signs for beginners * Link to Part 2 video (25 Basic ASL Signs for Beginners ** Part 2 **): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OtiZqSHawXo FAQ: Which hand to use? Right or left hand? Link to the video answering the question: https://youtu.be/VKWxKE97Soc Link to my first YouTube vlog: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xF4t7jN7SW0 Here is the list of signs shown in this video: Hello :) PEOPLE Deaf Hard of Hearing Hearing FAQ Are you deaf? RESPONSES Yes No INTRODUCTION My Name You (What’s your name?) Nice Meet BEGINNER ASL WORDS / PHRASES Me / I Know Little Sign (You Sign) Fast Again Slow Please Understand I Don’t Understand Sorry Fine How 1 / How 2 / How To Sign Thank you Be sure to subscribe so you don't miss a video!! :)
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Part 4 Sample of what to expect when in an AA meeting!
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Starting a Business - Presented in American Sign Language (ASL) by Timothy Lowe. Timothy Lowe is the owner of Communicating Hands, a deaf-owned interpreting business. http://communicatinghands.com CHAPTERS: 08:35 Is my business idea feasible? 11:36 Market 16:40 Management 20:11 Money 24:38 Go or No Go: Steps to Take Next 28:35 Legal forms of organization 31:40 Permits, licenses and taxes 39:00 Registering your business name 41:56 Recordkeeping 49:35 Insurance 52:28 Personnel 1:01:08 Developing Your Business Plan 1:04:26 Financing 1:05:36 Small Business Administration 1:11:13 Request for Initial Capital 1:14:01 Sources of financing 1:19:42 Startup to-do list Find your local Small Business Development Center (SBDC) for assistance: https://www.sba.gov/tools/local-assistance/sbdc SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL NOW! https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ArkansasSBTDC The Arkansas Small Business and Technology Development Center is funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration. All opinions, conclusions or recommendations expressed are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the SBA.
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Get more free lessons at aslmeredith.com/newsletter ! This video is a beginner's introduction to some American Sign Language words and phrases. You'll learn how to sign / get basic conversational skills with this newbie-level video. [...read on for more description...] Learn how to sign in a beginner / basic conversation. Signs shown include (in order): HELLO, How are you, GOOD, BAD, FINE, SO-SO, OK/OKAY, GREAT or WONDERFUL, WHAT'S UP, NOTHING, BUSY, NOT A-LOT, WHAT'S YOUR NAME?, MY NAME IS, NICE TO MEET YOU, YES, NO, DEAF, HEARING, HARD-OF-HEARING, "I'm hearing, and I'm learning ASL", LEARN, "I want to learn ASL", WANT, ASL, American Sign Language, UNDERSTAND, "I don't understand", PLEASE, SORRY, SLOW, AGAIN. THANK YOU, See you later!
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Rosa Lee Timm, a person who is deaf, speaks in American Sign Language (ASL) about what you can do when you and the school disagree about your child's special education services and cannot resolve the conflict at a Team meeting. She summarizes the procedural options, including mediation, resolution sessions, settlement conferences, and hearings at the Bureau of Special Education Appeals. She emphasizes that parents have many options and need not give up immediately when they are not satisfied.
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MY JSL FACEBOOK *Win FREE GIFT* http://www.facebook.com/raven.slone#!/pages/Japanese-Sign-Language-International-Sign-Language/187373364612737?sk=app_158128937586124 For more JSL video: http://deafjsl.com I will explain who to sign "How are you? Nice to meet you." in JSL.
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CSD Interpreting is one of the largest sign language interpreting services for the deaf and hard of hearing in the United States, and our service is made possible by our amazing interpreters. Just like you, our interpreters believe that Quality Matters every single time we interpret.
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This is the sign for "beg". See more signs on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/readysetsign/ The American Sign Language RSS Glossary has hundreds of sign and explanations to help you remember the sign. Copyrighted materiel. All rights reserved.
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A mock IEP meeting with a Deaf fifth-grade student named Javanna who uses American Sign Language (ASL) as her main mode of communication. Attending the IEP meeting is Javanna, her father (Justin Johnson), a school administrator (Susan Lane-Outlaw) and Javanna's teacher (Nanette McDevitt). During this IEP meeting, they discuss testing where Javanna is at in terms of her writing and reading skills. The video transcript, as well as the rest of the webinar series, can be found at https://mn.gov/deaf-commission/advocacy-issues/education/iep-discussion-guide/webinars/
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A mock IEP meeting with a deaf eleventh-grade student named Luke who uses both spoken English and American Sign Language (ASL). Attending the IEP meeting is Luke, his mother (Mary), a school administrator (Susan Lane-Outlaw), Luke's teacher (Anna Paulson), and an interpreter (Susan Boinis). The main topic of this IEP meeting is to prepare for Luke's transition to college after he graduates from high school. The video transcript, as well as the rest of the webinar series, can be found at https://mn.gov/deaf-commission/advocacy-issues/education/iep-discussion-guide/webinars/
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यस VIDEO सम्बन्धि थप जानकारी तल Description मा दियिएको छ । Please Read... Politics & Administration - words Fulll episode II Nepali Sign Language (NSL) II By Hari Adhikari Learn In this video Administration & Politics, Constitution, National, International, The national flag of Nepal, Flag, Government, Capital, Constitution Day, Republic, Republic Day, Federal, Prime Minister, Ministry, Council of ministers, Law, Election, Parliament, Commission, Enactment, writ, Citizenship, Congress, Communist, The RANAs, King, Queen, PANCHAYAT, Nationality, Ambassador, District, Organization/Association, Club, President, Vice-President, Secretary, general Secretary, Deputy-Secretary, Assistant-Secretary, Office Secretary, Treasurer, Assistant treasurer, Executive Member, Member, Nominated Member, Meeting, Discussion, Policy, Rule & Regulation, Branch, Committee, Office, Sub-Committee, Budget, Advertisement, Responsibility, Income, Allowance, Deduct, Borrow. Clearance/final settlement of account, Cash receipt, Signature, Reference, Personal, Local, Form, announcer, Development, Guardian/Parent, Rehabilitation, Type writer, Strike, Bribe, Procession, Dispute, Problem, Solution, Protest/Strike/Sit in, Action, United Nation-UN, World Federation of the Deaf-WFD, National Federation of the deaf Nepal- NFDFN, Individual Member, Associate Member, Life Member, Unity/solidarity, secret, Bill/Proposed law, Strategy. Chairperson, research, Purpose/Objective, Support, Goal/Aim, Advice, Request, Decision, Conclusion, Information/Notice, Message, Progress, Communication, Contract, Federation, Project, Constitution, Direction, Program, Planning, Activities, convention, General Assembly, Special, Specialist/Expert, Experience, Observer, Interpreter. Representative/Delegate, Resignation, Employee/ Staff, Post/Position, According to/As per, Leadership, Sample/Model, Society, Department, Fund, Boundary/Limitation, Points, Chance/Opportunity, Proposal, Return, Application, Appointment, Original, Fake/Duplicate, Proof, Psychology, conditions, Table, Method, Knowledge, Example, Rough/Draft, File, Report, Brochure. Result, Attach, Interview, System, Conduct, Self-reliant, Right/Authority, Private, Logo, Courage, Necessary, Important, Exhibition, volunteer, Cultural artist, Drama/Play, Gift, Seminar, NAMASTE, Welcome, Thanks, Congratulation, Well Done, Salute, Lecture/Speech, Clapping/Applause, International Non government organization- INGO, Office assistant/Peon, Alas, Central. SUBSCRIBE and click on the Bell Icon to never miss any episode. Every week we bring you a great new Nepali Sign Language (NSL) training video on Saturday. (Just like ASL-American Sign Language). This videos for NSL students, teachers, interpreters, and parents of deaf children. Be sure to SUBSCRIBE to our channel to be notified when we post new videos. Sign Language Teacher:- Hari Adhikari Camera/Editing/Production/Direction:- Pradip Adhikari(Yogi Prem) ►Click here for Subscribe Our Channel https://www.youtube.com/nepalisignlan... ►Like Us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/signlanguage... ►Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/hariadhikari111 ►Follow us on Google+ https://plus.google.com/u/0/110072563... ►Our Blog http://signlanguagebyhariadhikari.blo... Thanks for watching.....and keep learning. (Body Language) केहि नबुझिएका कुराहरु , समस्याहरु छन् भने कमेन्टमा लेख्नु होला अर्को भागमा म त्यस्को जवाफ दिनेछु I
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This is one of 12 building blocks included in BC's 10-year action plan, Accessibility 2024. The Financial Security building block is about different forms of financial income for people with disabilities, including the Registered Disabilities Savings Plan.
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Please contact RID and request a membership vote on whether to keep or drop the SC:L (as a credential). firstname.lastname@example.org I believe we should KEEP a national legal certification (SC:L) and create a new replacement exam. Thanks for watching! ******************* Hi all, I was at a meeting in May in which there were RID Board members present and the Chair of CASLI confirmed that CASLI has no intention of reinstituting the SCL. The meeting was hosted by Project CLIMB and there was some indication that they were considering a credentialing process as a part of their grant in order to measure participants’ effectiveness. Many other people were present, and a number of them are on this list. I leave it for the elected representatives to chime in and let us know the Board and CASLI’s rationale. Best regards, Carla ****************************** RID Certifications: Specialist Certificate: Legal (SC:L) This credential is fully recognized by RID, but the designation is no longer awarded by RID. This designation went into moratorium effective January 1, 2016. Description: Holders of this specialist certification demonstrated specialized knowledge of legal settings and greater familiarity with language used in the legal system. These individuals are recommended for a broad range of assignments in the legal setting. This credential was offered from 1998 to 2016. The SC:L, and specialist testing in general, are topics of investigation as part of the 2016-2018 Certification Committee Scope Of Work. www.rid.org
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At the recent World Economic Forum Meeting, we caught up with Sofiane Abed El Jalil and Ahmed Aboughunam, both students at Al-alBayt University in Jordan who are working on a mobile Arabic-English sign language database.
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Full Petition at: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1IUIty2x0X5MkTJL4hx3AXEcHk2NAerX0DfSPhJxHt3w/viewform http://www.behearddc.org Transcript: For many deaf prisoners, the traditionally grim ordeal of incarceration is transformed into a nightmare of extreme language deprivation, physical and sexual abuse, and depressing isolation. Deaf prisoners often are denied interpreter services, deprived of access to medical and mental health services, denied access to education and reentry programs, and are cut off from access to even the most basic human interaction. Deaf prisoners miss out on daily activities including meals, counts, classes and recreation because notices in prison are auditory with no complementary visual component. Deaf prisoners are frequently punished for "failing to obey verbal commands," and routinely receive additional time for these "infractions." In fact, deaf prisoners often attend their own disciplinary hearings for these "infractions" but are unable to defend themselves because prisons so frequently deny interpreters and other language access services. Deaf prisoners are often targeted for physical and sexual abuse, with many deaf prisoners reporting that incidences of assault are the direct result of filing complaints about lack of communication access in the prison. Following these attacks, deaf prisoners frequently are placed in solitary confinement "for their own protection," where their mental health rapidly declines. Also of concern is the lack of accessible telecommunications that would keep deaf prisoners connected to their loved ones and ensure that deaf prisoners can effectively communicate with advocates and attorneys. Instead, only seven prisons across the nation are equipped with videophones, and thousands of deaf prisoners have absolutely no telecommunications access while living in what advocates call a "prison in a prison." The Department of Justice can help bring an end to this abuse by providing up-to-date training for departments of corrections and by providing oversight that ensures that prisons are complying with federal laws that protect the rights of people with disabilities, like the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Rehabilitation Act. Sign this petition to Attorney General Eric Holder to help bring an end to the abuse. ABOUT THE CAMPAIGN: Helping Educate to Advance the Rights of the Deaf (HEARD) created the #DeafInPrison Campaign to raise awareness about abuse of and discrimination against deaf prisoners across the nation. The Campaign, which officially launches on June 27th, aims to start a national conversation about these concerns and to compel corrective and preventive action.
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Have you ever misunderstood someone because of a resting handshape at the beginning of a fingerspelled word? Resting handshapes: C, Y, B/loose 5 Added letters to beginning of FS word: C, I, J, Y, B Forgot to add, this occurs most often when the beginning letter of the fingerspelled word is a vowel. Can you think of examples you've seen when interpreting?! Comments welcomed! Happy Spring!
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Learn how to say 'hello', 'goodbye', 'my name is ____', how to show double letters in your name, 'what's up?', and 'how are you?'.
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About Riksteaterns TYST TEATER in international sign language. (Juli af Klintberg) Tyst Teater has developed its vision to become a centre and meeting place for Deaf stage arts. Read more! www.riksteatern.se/tystteater_eng
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Thinking about "respect." Facebook link: https://www.facebook.com/adrean/videos/10154846035845818/?l=7896242498807557438 ***** Transcript: Hello, I'm Adrean. This is a short video sharing my thoughts. I have been dwelling on the word "respect" for a while. The English term as fingerspelled is "to show respect." I feel that there is an increase in social pressure to show certain forms of respect. This is happening especially in regards to the U.S. flag, the United States as an entity, the government, the president-elect, and so on. The pressure is disturbing. This is my experience, straight from my heart. I grew up as a deaf person. My family is hearing, and I was [partially] mainstreamed in public schools. I have experienced unhealthy, abusive relationships. The list goes on. My life experiences reveal a connection between "respect" and abuse. I have said things in the past that were rooted in serious concerns and once those things were said, violence erupted. It is sobering. Merely sharing concerns led to invalidation. What does "respect" mean then? Where is it? I looked in the dictionary to see what "respect" means. The answer was illuminating. It means "a feeling of deep admiration for someone or something elicited by their abilities, qualities, or achievements." Hmm. People today experience increasing marginalization. Their lives are affected so much they fear for it. Will they be killed in the streets? The fear and worry is troubling. How can anyone think that is trivial? How can marginalized people be in "deep admiration"? How can they show respect to a government that condones violence against them? It is concerning. State-sanctioned abuse, oppression, and crackdowns; Those things are emotionally-wrenching. I am not advocating sedition. I am advocating mercy and compassion. Empathy. Those who are not in governmental roles yet advocate forced respect through intimidation: Your actions are oppressive. You advocate marginalization of communities. Step back. I want you all to think about the true meaning of respect. What is it? How is it said? How do our interactions show respect? Are we meeting community needs in our thoughts and interactions? We know that there will be hard experiences in time to come. There will be struggles. I encourage you to disengage from oppressive actions. Take the time for reflection, to examine yourself: Your words, your language, your behaviors, your thoughts.
Views: 575 Adrean Clark