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My mom and brother are hard of hearing. 

Decades ago, the local school system offered SEE classes to family members of students that were receiving services.  

Years later, I used baby signs with my children.

Now I want to learn ASL.  Honestly for the first time since SEE and "baby sign" are not ASL.  Sure, there are crossover signs, but that only gets one so far.  

I also have occasional aphasia, so I'm hoping that learning ASL will do two things 1)offer me a resource when I get stuck and 2) help me recall when I get stuck.  

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