Thursday, December 6, 2007

Daugther inspires mother to create sign language videos


I work for a woman named Rachel Coleman, the mother of two exceptional children; Leah age 10 was born profoundly deaf and Lucy age 7 was born with spina bifida and cerebral palsy. In an effort to help others be able to communicate with Leah, Rachel and her sister created a video series (starring Leah, her daughter) called Signing Time that became this nationally recognized program dedicated to helping children of ALL abilities learn American Sign Language (ASL) through music, animation and fun. So many have benefited from the miracles of being able to communicate with their children at an early age.....Read more!


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6 comments:

Nikki said...

I think my RS Pres. daughter works for them. I need to find out her name...she started as a receptionist and now is helping with more involved stuff...not sure what :-) I just remember Sis. Smith talking about it at one of our presidency meetings. I;ll find out and see if you know her :-)

Miss Allison said...

Hey! Thanks for the comment. I'm so glad that you have a blog. Now I'll have to add you to my list of favorite bloggers! How fun!

Miss Allison said...

I loved how you put on my link "Allison Evans...I mean Allison Brown". Haha! I'm the same way. I'll be talking about a friend from SV and I'll say their maiden name and then say, "I mean so and so!"

Roger, Tiffany & Michael said...

What a neat job! I am so excited you have a blog! Now we can really keep in touch! If you are ever in SV let me know, it would be so fun to get together! Keep us posted on this man in your life! love ya!

Paco Belle said...

Thats a cool story. I watched an episode tonight with my boy. Fun stuff! Yay for you!

Duellie

Carolyn Hanson said...

Hey, I didn't even know you had a blog! See you tomorrow!