Silent Grapevine Nominated for Best Sign Language Resources for Speech Pathologists


Silent Grapevine, a deaf news aggregated website that I created less than a month ago, is being nominated as one of the Best Sign Language Resources for Speech Pathologists! See a copy of the email I got today below: 

Hello Thomsen 
I work for, a site that provides info on education and job opportunities for students in speech pathology and relevant fields. 
Since American Sign Language and other forms of signed communication are so useful for speech pathologists, we thought it would be useful to our readers to explore some of the best sites on ASL, sign interpretation, and other forms of communication used by those with speech disabilities. To that end, we're compiling a list of the Best Sign Language Resources for Speech Pathologists, and The Silent Grapevine has been nominated for inclusion! 
We're still open for nominations, so if you know of another great sign language website that would be useful in a speech pathologist’s studies or career, please email me a link! 
Warm Regards,

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