Sign Language Words and Sources

Interpreter, Sign Language
  1. Learn First - Important ASL Signs
  2. SignLanguage Sources
    1. Lifeprint
    2. ASL Pro
    3. American Sign Language
    4. Baby Sign Language
    5. ASL Search
    6. ASL-STEMS Forum

Individuals with neurofibromatosis type 2 (NF2) often face hearing loss well after completion of establishing spoken language. More specifically commonly between late-teen years to late-twenties.

However, the biggest concern is often the time frame from when an individual knows they might go deaf and when they will become deaf is sometimes only weeks or months, and not enough time to learn sign language enough for immediate needs in medical environments.

1. Learn First - Important ASL Signs

  • A-Z
  • 0-10
  • Help
  • Interpreter
  • Doctor
  • Nurse
  • Sleep
  • Pain
  • Medicine
  • Dizzy
  • Water
  • Bathroom
  • Yes
  • No
  • Food
  • Drink
  • Water
  • Coffee / Tea / Sugar / Milk
  • Do
  • Want
  • What
  • Which
  • Why

2. Sign Language Sources

1. Lifeprint

* ABC's and Common Sign Words - Good way to start Learning Sign Language
- www.lifeprint.com

2. ASL Pro

* ABC's and Common Sign Words - Good way to start Learning Sign Language
- www.aslpro.cc

3. American Sign Language Dictionary

Common Sign Words
- www.handspeak.com

4. Baby Sign Language

For infant and toddler early communication
- www.babysignlanguage.com

5. ASL Search

ABCs, Academics, Animals, Baby Signs, Clothing, Colors, Common Signs, Date/Time, Emotions, Food and Drink, Geography, Health, Holidays, Home, Medical, Nature, Numbers, Occupations, People, Phrases, Places, Recreation, Religion, School, Seasons, Shapes, Sports, Technology, Transportation, and Weather.
- www.aslsearch.com

6. ASL-STEMS Forum

Enabling American Sign Language to grow in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) (Source may have discontinued additions of words in 2009)
- aslstem.cs.washington.edu
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