"What works for your child is what makes the choice right!"


campfire melonheadz colored.png  CAMPS  


If you know of more camps to add to this list, please send us a note on the contact page!


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https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL48F7E4D4153C18AB  an online video training series was created by a national team of experienced Deaf persons, clergy, pastoral workers, and liturgical interpreters for reference and practice while preparing to interpret the new translation of the Roman Missal into American Sign Language for the Catholic Deaf Community.


United Methodist Communications has recently published a series of videos presenting glossary terms in American Sign Language (ASL). 

The series aims to help United Methodists engage with and welcome Deaf and Hard of Hearing people more effectively.Each video includes sign options and the meaning of the term in American Sign Language. Individuals who are Deaf, communicating in their primary language, present all of the terms. All terms are ASL translations of the glossary, as defined by The United Methodist Church.  http://www.umc.org/what-we-believe/glossary-american-sign-language-videos 


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Some YMCA's now offer Interpreters for swim lessons!  Check with yours to see if they are able to do this.


http://www.soaringkidz.org/ of Houston occasionally has swim lessons available with teachers who sign or interpreters available.  Check for availablility.  They are looking for volunteers to offer this more often!