New Site: Goes Online

The site is for informing parents/educators of excellent programs of good value, on how to teach babies how to communicate before they can talk by using American Sign Language.

Online PR News – 08-December-2012 – Cincinnati – announces the publishing of a new site reviewing the best programs for teaching hearing babies and toddlers American Sign Language (ASL).

There is a clear path to increasing a HEARING baby’s ability to communicate with parents by using ASL months before they are able to talk. Amazingly a child learning sign language reduces frustration, is happier, and learns words and their meaning without saying a word. Parents are able to understand their baby’s needs and desires.

Dr. Linda Acredolo Ph.D, with over 30 years of scientific research in the field of infant development says, “There are dramatic benefits for hearing babies, including decreasing frustration for babies and parents, enriching the parent-child bond, boosting emotional development, helping babies talk sooner-even raising IQ. Babies can use their hands to communicate before they learn to talk.” will analyze four programs offering a variety of tools to teach babies the language of signing. The site will include a comment section to answers questions about ASL and its application. Order information, blog, testimonials and research will be included.


Founded in 2009 with the purpose of recognizing and promoting the positive realities of being deaf and voiceless. Recognizing being deaf and voiceless is not to be considered a disability. Rather an inconvenience requiring more effort, more creative thinking and more acceptances by the hearing culture. bridges the gap between the two cultures. designed the site.

For More Information Contact:
Ted Holcomb, President

Contact Information
Ted Holcomb
7011 Fowler Ave
Cincinnati OH, 45243