Kelly Jo - Canadian Association?
kjoanne403 at HOTMAIL.COM
Sun Jan 7 03:55:44 UTC 2007
I'd like that too... you're in Ontario, right? Alberta and Ontario are a
bit far apart, but I think we could probably get something started... Maybe
I could come visit you while I'm traveling that first week of April?
>From: "Tini Pel" <tinipel at ONLINK.NET>
>Reply-To: sw-l at majordomo.valenciacc.edu
>To: sw-l at majordomo.valenciacc.edu
>Subject: Re: [sw-l] Kelly Jo - Canadian Association?
>Date: Sat, 6 Jan 2007 22:21:17 -0500
>Kelly Jo and Shane,
>That is a fantastic idea. I would love to be able to get together with
>other Sign Writers and exchange and learn more.
>I do not have a school, but I am sharing my knowledge of signing with some
>hearing adults. One is a librarian, one doctor, several nurses. I did work
>with children for a while and they were interested in S W. but not the
>I am hearing myself.
>If you want to set up a Canadian Association I would be interested..
>On 6-Jan-07, at 2:59 PM, Shane Gilchrist O hEorpa wrote:
>>another possibiliy here is...
>>you could go and set up a Canadian Association for Sign Writing - or
>>something like that.
>>Some of us have set up European SignWriters Organisation (some ll say
>>SignWriting) in Brussels to support the development of SW in Europe -
>>we are being slow but more and more people are picking up on SW. Our
>>first ESWO symopsium did lead to more schools getting involved - and
>>have impressed the Japanese people!
>>It will take time but you will get there - just get a few deaf
>>teachers/lecturers together in Canada, say Western Canada and the rest
>>will be good.
>>Shane @ ESWO
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