Learn to Communicate with your Baby through Sign
Research has shown that babies can learn to communicate at an earlier age through the use of their hands. Since motor skills develop earlier than vocal skills, babies can use sign to talk before using words. Join the many other parents who have introduced sign to their infants and are enjoying the benefits of early communication.
Anna Turner has a B.S. in Deaf Education and a minor in Applied Mathematics from the University of Tulsa. She is a certified teacher in the areas of Deaf/Hard of Hearing and Advanced Mathematics. Upon completion of her degree, Anna taught secondary math for four years at the Kansas School for the Deaf. Since moving back to the Tulsa area, Anna teaches special education with Sand Springs schools. Besides being fluent in American Sign Language and an active member among the deaf community, she also teaches various short classes including ACT preparation, summer youth math classes, and sign classes. Annas previous experiences also include teaching sign language to elementary aged children and tutoring students of all grades, both deaf and hearing.
Spring 2006 Classes
Due to expecting our second child in February, spring classes will not resume until the end of March or beginning of April. Check back soon for a complete spring schedule.
Private Instruction/In-home Sessions
Private sessions are always available to parents who desire more personalized instruction. Several parents have opted for this until classes are formed later this spring. Contact Anna Turner for more information on private sessions, including available times and fees.
For more information...
If you would like more information on upcoming classes or would like to be contacted when new classes are formed, call or email Anna Turner at 918-809-0905/ firstname.lastname@example.org.
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