Boulder MT: Sign Languages Bonds Community

Close up Asian man shows hand gestures it means interpreter appreciation isolated on white background. American sign language

BOULDER — What started as a librarian trying to learn sign language has grown into community members wanting to learn American Sign Language (ASL.) Inside a rural community library, one woman is bringing people closer together.

“I go around town, I go to the grocery store, or the coffee shop people say I want to learn ASL. I want to learn sign language. I want to take classes. So I have everyone’s number on speed dial, and I am like, ‘sign language class tonight, you better do your homework,'” said Nicole Weitzman.

Weitzman has used her deafness as a strength, bringing the town of Boulder into a more accessible community.

You can read the rest of this heartwarming story here. This article was written by Jaurdyn Johnson and first published at Q2 Billings.


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