Signed English for Special Needs


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CUL361 - Signed English for Special Needs

Signed English, as taught in this course, is a method of communication based on English which is available to professionals (i.e. early childhood educators, special education teachers, classroom assistants and other professionals) and family members who wish to augment their communication skills in interacting, communicating and supporting individuals with special needs who are hearing and perhaps non-verbal (examples: Down's Syndrome, Autism). Students wishing to communicate with members of the Deaf community should refer to American Sign Language (LGE651) listed under Modern Languages.

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