A new e-book for learning basic signs in Estonian Sign Language has been published. The book is meant for small Deaf children and their parents to improve and ease the communication in everyday situations. It includes a vocabulary for simple everyday activities, equipped with thematical audio and video files.
The book can be found (via Google Chrome brauser) at: https://read.bookcreator.com/laSFKxrMRvaSZ6DPSKrlBdgT4SL2/69wVGx9zRaKxSW2AFgLMnQ
Thank you for the support to Tallinna Sotsiaal- ja Tervishoiuamet!
On the 6th of October KLÕPS attended the FEAPDA council meeting for the first time as a member of the organisation. Besides Estonia, member organisations from Great Britain, Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg, Germany and Macedonia were also present at the meeting. The meeting was busy and fruitful, it was inspiring to meet our colleagues from other parts of Europe.
The next meeting will take place in September 2019 in Macedonia, where also the next FEAPDA congress will be held.
Looking forward to new meetings and cooperation.
A moment from the council meeting
We are happy to announce, that our work on the Spreadthesign dictionary (https://www.spreadthesign.com/) will keep on going, as our application for an Erasmus+ project has been approved. The new feature in the dictionary will be the interactive 360° pictures, which will make sign language learning much more exciting and handy.
Our team has been working with Spreadthesign dictionary since 2011, when Estonia joined the project, KLÕPS has been a partner in the project since 2015.