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American Sign Language at Home

A Family Curriculum

An innovative, family-centered curriculum designed for families with young deaf children and the professionals who support them.

  • Available in English and Spanish

  • Free for families of deaf children

    (click "Families" link above)

  • Learn with providers or on your own!

  • Check it out!


    Each chapter of ASL at Home centers around a daily routine common to young children's lives.

    a baby eating in a high chair, with the words
    a baby in a bathtub, with the words
    a baby having their diaper changed, with the words
    a toddler and her father reading a book together, with the words

    Who can use ASL at Home?

    This edition of ASL at Home is geared toward families of children under or around one year of age. Families can learn on their own, or with the guidance of the professionals who support them.

    This is just a starting point! The eventual goal is to expand this curriculum to include more routine themes for infants and for young children over one year of age.

    Sounds good! How can I support this work?

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    Patreon is a monthly membership service, through which you can get early releases of new content, patron-only merchandise, and more.

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    On BuyMeACoffee.com, you can make a one-time contribution to support our efforts. 

    Cover of the ASL at Home book, overlaid on an e-reader


    The more people purchase these products, the faster we can have them translated into more languages.

    a young child sitting at the dinner table and signing

    Vocabulary and Fingerspelling

    a mother reading a book and fingerspelling a word to her baby, who is lying in a crib and looking up at her

    Expressive Phrases and Receptive Practice

    a toddler standing on a snowboard, with her mother reaching around her and signing

    Language Enrichment Techniques

    a dad with his toddler on his lap, both are signing

    Deaf Cultural Wealth Lessons

    See what our users are saying

    Feedback from individuals who have used ASL at Home:

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    The fingerspelling lesson helped because I may have started out slow spelling but I saw myself becoming more clear and a little more fluent speed. I love finding new ways to help my children grow. These lessons not only helped my deaf son but also his hearing sister! It was great. Thank you so much for taking time to create this book!


    Parent of a deaf child

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    You are both amazing and this curriculum is so beautifully done. What a service to families everywhere, and so incredibly generous to offer it for free to families! May you go from strength to strength.

    Lilach Saperstein, AuD

    Pediatric Audiologist, podcaster, and parent coach, AllAboutAudiology.com

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    ASL at Home is the first ASL curriculum thoughtfully designed for those that need it the most: families of a deaf or hard of hearing child.

    Caitlin Giammona, MA, CCC-SLP

    Speech-Language Pathologist, TheSigningSLP.com