Our ASL Classes

For ASDB Parents and Families

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Learn By Doing

American Sign Language (ASL) is a rich, expressive, and complex language that employs signs made by moving the hands combined with facial expressions and postures of the body. It is the primary language of many deaf and hard of hearing people throughout the United States. Deaf Mentor Program offers ASL classes for parents of deaf and hard of hearing children from birth to 5. The class consists of a variety of topics focusing on ASL including fingerspelling, numerical, Alphabetic, non-manual markers, and conversational strategies.

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In-person or Online

Communication and language acquisition is one of the most essential ways to foster a close, supportive relationship with your child, so these classes help parents learn and maintain their signing skills.

We offer ASL classes on our campuses for parents to learn and maintain their sign language skills. However, we understand the busy lives parents lead, so we now offer online classes through Facebook Live.


How To Register for

ASL Classes

Text For Inquiry

(480) 202-4085

Classes and Contacts

Beginnier’s ASL Class, Saturdays at 10 a.m., Contact [email protected]
Intermediate ASL Class, Wednesdays at 6:00 p.m, contact [email protected]
Advanced ASL Class, Mondays at 7 p.m., contact [email protected]
Deaf Studies Class, Every other Saturday at 9 a.m., contact [email protected]


Give us a call at the number listed to the left, or shoot Christina Vorreyer an email to sign up for the latest ASL class.


Receive confirmation from a Deaf Mentor Program staff member to confirm your location, date, and time of the class you’re registered to attend.


Delve into your ASL class by showing up either in-person or online during your scheduled class time and discover the rich and expressive communication tools available right at your fingertips.