The sign language alphabet forms the basis of communication in sign language for American Sign Language as well as other sign languages. By understanding and using the alphabet signs, you can spell out words, names, and specific terms that may not have their own unique sign. The letter “A” is important to learn as it is a vowel and the third most commonly used letter.
Hold your dominant hand in a fist, palm facing outward, with the thumb sticking up to the side of the fist.
Assistive devices such as hearing aids, cochlear implants, and FM systems are commonly used by individuals who are Deaf or HOH. These technologies help amplify sound or provide direct electrical stimulation to the auditory nerve, enabling better access to speech and environmental sounds.
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