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Have You Ever Seen?

More resource from ASL Rose! This time it’s a retired children’s book from a Deaf perspective, with ASL handshapes provided by a creative team who are Deaf and hearing CODAs. The long title was ...Read More

Speechless

Speechless here – Want to share this exciting news with you that ASL Rose has been selected as 2020 Best of Frederick (Maryland – where ASL Rose, LLC was incorporated) in the category of E...Read More

A Story for Deaf learners and ASL learners around the World

ASL Rose presents a story to the Deaf learners and ASL learners around the world…there are more resources that will help them to present the stories in ASL during the quarantine of coronavirus p...Read More

Reading a Short Deaf history

One of ways to support speaking ASL stories for Deaf children/adults and ASL learners during coronavirus pandemic: reading a short Deaf history around the world, focusing on Deaf schools and their gra...Read More

Water

His name sign resembles a sign for “WATER.” He was a graduate of Maryland School for the Deaf, and he was buried in River Cemetery in Canton, GA. View the video to find out who he is, and ...Read More

Signs of Daffodils

Daffodils are often a sign that spring is coming! And the Primary Building (PB) is finally happy to see the sunny day today! PB wants to be bought SOON so it can be a National Deaf School Museum, a ho...Read More

Updates About FB Fundraiser

Updates about FB Fundraiser and the location of ASL Rose studio ♥️ [Video Transcript] Adonia: Hello, I’m here to share two things. First: Facebook (FB) fundraiser that I had been using with a go...Read More

Three Anonymous Donated Today

Whoo hoo! Three Anonymous donors donated today: First anonymous A donated $40. Second anonymous B donated $20. And the third anonymous C donated $40! That made $100 in total! It’s been raining a...Read More

Donna Smolik Donated $25

Donna (McCord) Smolik, a stellar 1975 graduate of North Carolina School for the Deaf, donated $25 as a tribute to Patsy Lee Cail who was killed in a car accident in 1976. She was a stellar 1975 gradua...Read More

Roosevelt Odom, Jr Donated $25

Waving hands! Roosevelt Odom, Jr., nicknamed Spunky, donated $25! He was a 1977 stellar graduate of old Black school at North Carolina School for the Deaf – the VERY FIRST Black school in Americ...Read More