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October 2, 20100 found this helpful

I work with special needs preschoolers. We teach sign along with spoken language, whether their needs are speech or not.
I think it is very liberating for a child to be bilingual. So from the perspective of communicating with a parent let alone a peer it is huge for this child to have spoken language as well as a second language of sign.

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