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Library offers infant sign language workshop

Introduction begins on June 6

Parents and caregivers along with their children are invited to the White Salmon Valley Community Library for a fun, interactive introduction to Infant/Toddler Sign Language on Tuesday, June 6, from 10:45 to 11:45 a.m.

Join Dawn Prochovnic, founder of SmallTalk Learning, as she teaches you how to encourage your preverbal baby to use signs to communicate. Parents will also explore and preview Sign Language resources to support additional learning.

This one-hour workshop is geared for parents and caregivers who already know that signing is a great idea and who want to get started now. It's also an excellent refresher for parents who have signed with older siblings.

Prochovnic earned her master's in organizational communication from Marylhurst University and is a certified Sign2Me (TM) presenter.

Prior to founding SmallTalk Learning, Prochovnic was a corporate trainer and an organizational communication consultant. She has spent the last 15 years teaching people how to improve their lives by improving their communication.

For more information on the sign language workshop call the White Salmon Valley Community Library, 493-1132.


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