Children do a lot of learning in their young lives. They learn to become individuals, how to interact with others, and how to take care of themselves. But parents learn a lot, too, and sometimes it is necessary that parents take an extra step in order to teach their children, too. For parents whose children are deaf, hard of hearing, nonverbal or need to use other forms of communication in order to speak, we have a sign language course for adults in East Harlem with Stacey Miller, SLP that can help.
Sign language can help many people communicate, and it can be useful in more ways than one. But for parents of children who will need to learn and use sign language themselves, it’s important that they become familiar with the language before teaching it to their children and using it to communicate with them. Stacey Miller, SLP has over 7 years of experience when it comes to treating speech and learning disabilities in children between the ages of 0 and 18. As a Manhattan-based speech therapist, her practice offers speech, language and oral motor therapy via one-on-one personalized sessions. But in addition to the work she provides for children of all ages, she also offers a sign language course for adults in East Harlem. These classes accept beginner and advanced students, as well as anyone in between that wants to learn. Learning sign language can help parents better teach and communicate with their children, and it can also be useful for family members, caregivers, teachers, program directors, and more. Our class is held every week and learning is easier than you think. Many people claim that learning sign language is easier than learning a new spoken language, and generally takes less time as well.
If your child needs to learn sign language, or if you would like to learn sign language for other reasons, then Stacey Miller, SLP invites you to her sign language course for adults in East Harlem.