Sign language can be a lifesaver for people with hearing disabilities, loved ones who do and people who interact with people who do socially or professionally. Nevertheless, you may be surprised to learn that there are many reasons to teach your baby sign language that have no relation whatsoever with their hearing levels.
There is plenty of research showing that children who grow up bilingual have unique brain configurations; they excell in a variety of topics, have better memories and executive function, and find additional languages much easier to learn. Odds are that they might consider a breeze to learn even the toughest languages in the world, despite their built-in bilingual capabilities.
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