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Signing Works - Deaf Sign Language Dolls With Hearing Aids



My name is Emily Paige and I own Signing Works Inc in California. We make the "I Can Sign" doll and bunny. Our dolls are all hand made in America, with hearing aids ;)

We have had such breakthroughs made with our signing dolls and bunnies. We are working to supply a doll or bunny to every signing child. We are currently working with the Lions clubs across the nation to help accomplish this.

We would love to introduce ourselves, since we are a new company. Please check out our site: http://signingworks.net and our news coverage. (We are in the process of updating our web site, we have a temp one up now with products, pictures and news coverage.)

Here is more info us below:

Our relationship with the deaf began 30 years ago when we were in the ministry. Through the years we have maintained those friendships, and our appreciation for the deaf culture has deepened.

We will always be grateful to those we met and the inspiration they gave.

Signing Works, as a business, began in 2009. The I Can Sign DollĀ© has lived in our hearts and minds for much longer. Our conviction was that deaf and hard-of-hearing children needed a doll that reflected their unique abilities.

We happily discovered that hearing children, as well as those with special needs, love them just as much.

The I Can Sign DollĀ© is our first endeavor. Other projects are underway. Each is designed to promote the deaf culture and to make it more recognizable throughout the world.

We invite you all to be a part our success through asking questions and making suggestions. A seed you plant might be the next great idea!


Thank you for being a friend,

From all of us at Signing Works
http://signingworks.net

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How do I get one?
by: Anonymous

I am a teacher of the deaf in Texas. How would I go about trying to get a doll for some of my students?

Lee Mayer
le.mayer@yahoo.com

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niece is deaf
by: Melissa

My 22 year old niece is deaf and graduated from the Colorado School for the Deaf and Blind ...She is a bright , beautiful , talented girl but is looking for employment Are you hiring at all ? She lives in the Aurora / Denver area I am trying to help , doing some research for her .or if you are not in need of additional employees @ this time would you y happen to know of any other deaf owned companies that would be hiring ?

Thank you for any advice or help you could give

I can be reached @ 303-564-4268 ( cell phone ) or my personal email is misspris35@aol.com

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I have one!
by: Stephanie McKay

My mom gave me a blonde little girl doll for Christmas 2011. I was 26! Ha! I love her and she is so perfect. Her fingers move and she has a little hearing aid. I can't wait to take her to my DHH classroom one day! Thanks!

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Children First
by: Debra Boyd

I am an adult with complete hearing loss since Feb.

I was surprised when I saw this ad. Thank You for thinking of the children.

I can't imagine how hard this would be for a child to wake up deaf as I did.

Keep up the good work!

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What about African deaf ASL doll
by: Anonymous

I need know do u have Afican deaf ASL Doll?
I want to know

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