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Looking for a Deaf Friend

by Latasha
(Windsor, CO, USA)


My name is Latasha Decker and I am the mother of 4 children. I am hearing, but my oldest kiddo is Hard of Hearing. I may be looking in all the wrong places, but I really would love to learn more ASL and have more Deaf people in our world for my daughter.

We all sign, but not very well. I desperately want to be able to emerse my family in Deaf culture and really be a bigger part of my daughter's world. It's been really hard to see her struggle to fit into the two different worlds of hearing and Deaf, and I want to give her more.

I am hoping to find some people who would be willing to help us to learn and emerse ourselves in Deaf Culture as well as be mentors and a community for my daughter. She really does need more and has been telling me that she wants to know and have more friends like her. There are so many things that I don't and can't understand about her world. I don't know where else to go.

Anyway, if you are interested and in the Fort Collins, Loveland, Windsor, Greeley area then please email me at decker.mama@gmail.com and let me know.

Thank you so much,

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May 17, 2016
DD/HD Resource NEW
by: Brandielei

Hi. I am a mother of a DD/HD child as well . My son Sebastiane attends Rocky Mountain Deaf School. All the Teachers and principal are DD/HD and they all use ASL. That's a great place to start.

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