Project NADINE Radio Interview with Louise Sattler

Project NADINE Radio Interview with Louise Sattler
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Project N.A.D.I.N.E. (National Advocates on Deafness to Inform, Network and Enrich) is a not for profit organization begun in 2008, N.A.D.I.N.E. has set a goal of providing comprehensive and collaborative resources for parents with deaf children, fostering leadership and advocacy within the Deaf community and educating the general public about the beauty and value of Deaf culture and its natural language, American Sign Language (ASL). Interview with Windell Wink Smith Jr CEO of Project NADINE and Stephanie Nichols COO of Project NADINE. Windell Wink Smith Jr also owns providing various Winkshops and his one man show «Looking Up At Deaf Culture» Wink ASLIdioms! «Do You See What I'm Saying?» This DVD demonstrates how to break down idioms by using concepts in American Sign Language instead of transliterating them word for word in English. This DVD will provide ideas on analyzing English idioms and ways of conceptualizing them into ASL.Project N.A.D.I.N.E. is thrilled to host callVRS previous «ASL Story For Kids» vidoes! This new venue is what co-owner Keith Wann calls supporting Deaf literacy. «As someone who grew up bilingually with ASL and English and as someone who has children, I understand firsthand the crucial influence of bilingualism upon children, especially those who are deaf,» Wann says. «Yet not all of them have easy access to ASL-narrated stories. By combining modern video technology with ASL, we can provide on-demand ASL storytelling at no cost to them.»