We are pleased to offer a range of American Sign Language (ASL) classes to students of all ages, including adults and children, who want to learn this important and interesting language. Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced levels of instruction are available. Classes are conducted in ASL and taught by hearing and Deaf instructors. To provide personal attention, class sizes are limited to a small group of maximum 15 students. Private lessons (all levels) are also available.
This is a 10-week evening program. (Summer program is an accelerated 7-weeks.) Each weekly class is 1½ hours. Classes are held at our Waltham, MA office which is easily accessible by Route 128 or the MBTA bus.
Individual and discounted group rates available. We also offer private tutorial services and on-site instruction for health care facilities and industry.
Learning sign language is fun and easy! Here are a few signs to get started.
Interested in a class? Class times and dates can be found on the Spring 2016 class schedule and registration form.
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We are offering a number of special children’s programs to jump start reading skills, teach your child how to speak clearly, and increase their confidence.
Mass Health and other insurance programs accepted. Contact us to get more information.
During this course, an experienced speech-language pathologist will provide comprehensive instruction in a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere. Our instructors have experience with local accents and backgrounds ranging from Eastern European to Asian languages.
We also offer private tutorial services and on-site instruction for health care facilities, industry, schools, and assisted living. Learn more about our Accent Reduction services.
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Communicative Health Care Associates is approved by the Continuing Education Board of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association to provide continuing education activities in speech-language pathology and audiology. We host a number of different programs at our office from June through October each year.
Voice Disorders in Adults and Children (October 2013)
iPad Applications for Speech Therapy (September 2013)
Spoken and Written Language with Mass General Hospital reading specialists/speech pathologists. (September 2012)
Voice: Common Disorders presented by Carol K. Krusemark, M.A., CCC-SLP, a speech pathologist/singing voice specialist at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Center for Laryngeal Surgery and Voice Rehabilitation (the “Voice Center”). Presented August 2012. Check out a recap on our blog and photos on our Facebook page.