Signing With Your Clients
Florence Vold Gallaudet University Press, 2001 Library of Congress HV2474.V65 1990 | Dewey Decimal 419
"Each sentence begins on the same page, and the spiral binding allows pages to be flipped easily, for use without preliminary study."
--University Press Book News
Especially for use with deaf and hard-of-hearing clients, Signing with Your Clients shows how to sign the questions and statements most frequently used by clinicians.
More than 500 line drawings illustrate the signs for 237 sentences with translations printed below. Each sentence begins and ends on the same page, and the spiral binding allows pages to be flipped easily, to leave hands free for signing. A special glossary with technical terms allows the creation of original sentences.
Mary Ann Kinsella-Meier is a coordinator of rehabilitative audiology services at Gallaudet University.
Mary Hughes Hilley is a speech/language specialist in Mantua Township, NJ.
Florence C. Vold is Assistant Professor of mathematics at Gallaudet University and a native ASL signer.