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ASL Reading and Parents Program (RAPP) packs are tools for parents, teachers and family communication consultants to help promote and encourage literacy, creativity and self-expression in their children, through stories and interactive activities.

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The ASL RAPP video library provides 12 months unlimited access to the site. Each video in the library contains an ASL video of a classic children’s book. This format is great for parents and children who are learning ASL.



If your school, association or organization requires ASL RAPP packs to run their programs, you can register as an institution and take advantage of discounts on purchasing physical packs in bulk.

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The ASL RAPP project is highly beneficial to our community as it contributes to family literacy, supporting school readiness for the child and language/literacy development for the family as a whole

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Mother Father Deaf Day

Deaf parents with hearing children over the age 6 are invited to the 2018 Mother Father Deaf Day celebration in Toronto! The event will be held at Holy Name Catholic School. Closest TTC station is Pape. RSVP by email at mikecyr@silentvoice.ca

Starbucks making improvements in the workplace.

Starbucks coffee shops are aiding communication in the workplace for Deaf employees. Find out more in this article about how Starbucks is helping to open communication channels between its Deaf baristas and customers in the U.S.

A wonderful evening at ALSO’s Banned Book Night

Thank you to everyone who supported ALSO’s First Annual Banned Book Night. It was a huge success. So much so that we are already talking about next year’s event. We had a request to post the list of banned books that the authors read from. Here you go. Frances Itani...

Interesting article on students with hearing loss in classroom

Read this interesting article on how students with a hearing loss cope in the classroom.
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Mayfest 2017

The 43rd edition of Mayfest will be held this year on Friday May 12th and Saturday May 13th in Toronto. It will be held at a new location the Mattamy Athletic Centre (old Maple Leaf Gardens). TD Bank is sponsoring the event allowing free admission for everyone on both...