Philadelphia — Communications giant Comcast is recognizing Deaf History Month (March 15 – April 13) by offering its customers on demand American Sign Language lessons taught by experts via its cable service.

In each of the five, 6-minute segments, hosts Yelena Abramov and Adam Buck create opportunities for parents and children to share, explore, and grow together by teaching easy-to-learn expressions for everyday use.

Parents and kids can learn how to sign words and phrases, such as how to say "hello" and "goodbye," the proper way to sign numbers, and weather-related words like "sun" and "rain."

This special programming will be free to Comcast customers during Deaf History Month, March 15 through April 13, and can be found in the customer’s "on demand" section of their cable system.  The classes are listed under Kids> Activity TV > Sign Language.

SOURCE: Comcast