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When first words are in Sign Language

Our daughter Emily (2 years old) is hearing like my husband. But my husband and I started teaching her sign language from day 1. At first, it seemed like she wasn’t noticing. Little did we know that she was actually … Continue reading

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Deaf Children and Bilingualism

Last week I was invited to represent the Maltese Sign Language Council (Kunsill tal-Lingwa tas-Sinjali Maltija), together with my colleague Mr George Vella, to participate in the celebrations of the first ever International Day of Sign Languages, held at the … Continue reading

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