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American Sign Language Training for First Responders will take place on 4/10

American Sign Language Training for First Responders will take place on Wednesday, April 10th, from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm at the Lee Safety Complex in the downstairs meeting room, 20 George Bennett Rd, Lee, NH.

The training is open to First Responders and Emergency Service Providers. To sign up, complete the registration form via the provided link: https://tinyurl.com/ASL-training or by scanning the QR Code below.

Participants will learn communication best practices and strategies, emergency-related words/phrases, enabling communication until an interpreter or preferred method is available.

The training aims to reduce fear and risk, build trust between responders and the deaf/hard of hearing community, and prevent miscommunications for better medical and safety outcomes.

Funding for this program is provided by The Lee Police Department. For questions and additional information, contact Brittany Potvin at 603-749-2346 ×2353 or bpotvin@goodwinch.org.

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