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Anonymous
September 30, 20100 found this helpful

It's never too early! I think it would be really good to teach both at the same time. I recently read an interesting article about how the brain develops and thinks in terms of communication. If not deaf when we learn to speak our communication is processed in the brain verbally but if deaf it's visually. (I read the article because one of my two best friends from childhood was born deaf and she verified that she processes visually first. She learned visually first). In my humble opinion, a child who learns both at the same time has a huge advantage. :-)

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