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Thanks to generous support from Calgary Learns, DHA can provide financial assistance to adults that cannot afford this program.
Family Focused ASL is exclusive to Deaf and Hear Alberta, and features common everyday language used within the family setting. Improve family communication in a quick and easy format.
FFASL provides a unique learning environment intended for families families with Deaf (or with severe or progressive hearing loss) members and professionals who works children who are Deaf or developmental disability. Together, families and professionals can improve communication in a quick and easy format. The suggested minimum age of children is 6 years old.
FFASL classes are 16 hours in length and are taught by qualified Deaf instructors.
December 9-11, 2016
Friday Evening: 7—9 pm
Saturday and Sunday: 9 am — 4 pm (one hour lunch break on own)
Location: Deaf & Hear Alberta
63 Cornell Road NW
Calgary, AB T2L 0L4
Cost: No cost
Childcare are available upon request.
Deaf and Hear Alberta would like to express their sincere thanks to
Calgary Southridge Lions Club, The Calgary Heritage Lions Club and the Nickle Family Foundation
for their support of the Family Focused ASL program.