Have you ever wondered how to communicate with someone who is Deaf? These Deaf Awareness posters show nine practical ways to support someone who is Deaf or hard of hearing, designed to encourage inclusion by allowing anyone of any age to communicate with a deaf person. Sharing with others is especially important during Deaf Awareness Month and at Deaf events.
Deaf Awareness Communication Tips/Ideas:
9 Ways to Communicate posters are ideal in a classroom or workplace. Your students and staff will find these Deaf Awareness Posters concise and easy to follow, making them easy to implement quickly.
These Deaf Awareness resources measure 8.5” x 11” for a 1-page print. It is an effective way of supporting related disability awareness events around you. Show love and support in your community by involving and informing them of these Deaf awareness communication tips.
ASL Communication Poster sizes:
8.5 x 11” (4)
4.25 x 5.5” (16)
2.8 x 3.8” (9)
Printables Deaf Awareness Posters Include:
- Full color
- Unique opaque backgrounds
- 4 options- diversity to meet your needs
- Light skin
- Dark skin
Tips for Using These Deaf Communication Methods:
- Print on cardstock for the best results.
- Display your deaf awareness posters in frames.
- Go one step further and print small versions of the posters to distribute.
One of the many yearly Deaf Awareness event activities, such as Deaf Awareness Day or Deaf Awareness Week, is putting up Deaf Awareness Posters. You can find a variety of ways to help by performing a quick search. By becoming an advocate, you can help to create a welcoming and active environment in your community for Deaf people.
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