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Welcome:) This is Raising Hands Signs – a curriculum designed for a group of deaf and disable Indian orphans. This is designed to teach the staff how to teach the children basic, necessary sign language, begining with the most vital of signs and spreading out into further communication learning according to the individual child’s capabilities. However, I think it could be helpful to anyone attempting to do this kind of work at other orphanages, children’s homes etc, which is why I’ve made it public.

 

For a guide on how to use this resource, please go to main page entitled “How to Use This Site” Thanks so much for reading. Feel free to subscribe:)

For info about me, the author, and about Raising Hands, visit (and follow!:) my blog, Raising Hands.

2 thoughts on “About

  1. I would love to know more about what you do, who you work with and how you got there because I’m interested in doing something similar and feel like I could learn a lot from you! If you’re wiling could you let me know a way to contact you? My email is cucumbercrazy@rwjr.com

    1. Hey, Rachel!
      It’s great to meet you. I’d love to talk to you more soon, but am very busy at the moment.

      In the meantime, you can find out most of this information by reading my blog: raisinghands.wordpress.com

      Please follow me! 🙂

      The post http://raisinghands.wordpress.com/2013/02/01/im-going-to-india-lord-willing/ will tell you about getting to India.

      The rest of the blog chronicles my journey – spiritual and practical. It also has some resources you might find useful. I will write more specifics, though, as soon as I can. I am also writing books (one of them about what I’ve done out here) as soon as I get to America. The books will be free as ebooks (with donations as an option.)

      Please do comment on either of these two blogs! I’d love to hear from you and keep in touch.

      Blessings,
      Ariel

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