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SonicSr

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My name is Richard. I am new to ASL but not new to hearing issues. I have always had issues with tinitus and vertigo since I was a kid. Now, in my forties I have signifigant issues hearing speech. Hearing aids don't seem to work well enough for me anymore and am now tired of fighting it. I have so much to learn and think about... work, home, social life, etc.


A few days ago I started research on ASL. I started watching instructional videos and practicing. I know that I may be the only one in my family that will use it but I have to. I came across this site and am hoping to immerse myself in ASL as much as possible, after all, I learned Spanish that way.

I am looking for a practice buddy that is also learning ASL. Oh, and new friends too. 😁

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