Fla. educators teach ASL to students who are nonverbal

Educators in Melbourne, Fla., are teaching students with disabilities, including autism, cerebral palsy and Down syndrome, to use American Sign Language to communicate when speech is difficult. "For children with disabilities, this can be a life-changing experience that can open social, emotional and academic opportunities that are often closed because of their inability to communicate," said Lillian Hubler, who teaches educators how to sign.

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