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☺ 100's of video clips ☺

☺ 10 Lessons ☺

☺ 30 quizzes ☺

☺ 200 sentences ☺

☺ Designed for parents and caregivers ☺

Packaged and sent to you as a USB drive

► $29.95 ◄

A message from Dr. Bill of

Hello ASL Heroes! 
I'm glad you are here! You can learn ASL! You've picked a great topic to be studying. Signing is a useful skill that can open up for you a new world of relationships and understanding. I'm Deaf/hh, my wife is Deaf, I hold an earned, accredited doctorate in Deaf Education / Deaf Studies. I am a full-time, tenured, full-professor of ASL at California State University (Sacramento).  I've been teaching American Sign Language for over 25 years and I am passionate about it.

Communicating early and often with your baby is important. Signing will allow you to communicate with your baby many months earlier than the typical parent through spoken language alone. Signing is useful skill that will certainly benefit your baby in the future regardless of your baby's eventual profession. Studying American Sign Language improves your brain! Learning a second language has been linked to increased neurological development in the brain and helps keep you and your baby's minds alert and strong as you age.

As your teacher I have committed to invest my very best efforts on your behalf. It is my goal to provide you a learning experience that goes beyond the norm and empowers you via a forensic approach, breakthrough methodologies, and a learning system specifically engineered to save you time & effort while providing maximum learning enjoyment and results.

This carefully designed, communication-focused curriculum is backed by real-world experience to help make sure you don't miss out on your baby's early window of language-learning opportunity.

Image of how to subscribe to the ASL training center. ASL is a visual gestural language. That means it is a language that is expressed through the hands and face and is perceived through the eyes. It isn't just waving your hands in the air. If you furrow your eyebrows, tilt your head, glance in a certain direction, lean your body a certain way, puff your cheek, or any number of other "inflections" --you are adding or changing meaning in ASL. A "visual gestural" language carries just as much information as any spoken language.

There is much more to learning American Sign Language than just learning signs. ASL has its own grammar, culture, history, terminology and other unique characteristics. It takes time and effort to become a "skilled signer." But you have to start somewhere if you are going to get anywhere. This is a great place to start so dive in and enjoy.

Warm regards.
- Dr. Bill
William G. Vicars, EdD
Tenured, full-time, full-professor of American Sign Language and Deaf Studies
Sacramento State University
(Sept. 2020)