20 Best ASL Blogs and Websites
Here are 20 Best ASL Blogs you should follow in 2023
1. ASL Deafined
Auburn Hills, Michigan, US
ASL Deafined is an interactive website for anyone to learn American Sign Language. This site was developed to help deaf students improve their English grammar, for parents to improve their sign language skill and for the community at large to learn to sign. It is a subscription based website for ASL utilizing video lessons. All lessons are taught by Deaf experts of ASL.
Also in Deaf Blogs, Sign Language Blogs
3.2K⋅ 4.4K ⋅2 posts / quarter Get Email Contact
Signing Savvy LLC focuses on creating cutting-edge, easy-to-use sign language learning tools. It is an ideal resource to use while you learn sign language. It also is an excellent reference for your day-to-day sign language needs.
11.4K⋅ 2.5K ⋅1 post / month Get Email Contact
3. Start ASL
Learn true American Sign Language (ASL) and get articles about American Sign Language! Here you will find all of our articles about ASL including charts, usage, and general information.
12.4K⋅ 937 ⋅1 post / week ⋅ Jul 2008 Get Email Contact
Robin Newsom Wuertz is a wife, mother, educator, and gardener. She loves to read, cook, and learn. This blog is to help other teachers by sharing her journey in education, her failures in teaching, and her passion for ASL and Deaf culture.
2 posts / month Get Email Contact
San Diego, California, US
Network Interpreting Service coordinates American Sign Language interpreting and related services for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. (Since 1988)
938⋅ 81 ⋅1 post / quarter Get Email Contact
Columbus, Ohio, US
Certified master tutor & mentor in American Sign Language, my goal is to provide individual students and long distance students tailored tutoring services. It offers ASL evaluations and mentoring services. My specialty targets ASL students with mild to severe learning challenges.
8 ⋅1 post / quarter Get Email Contact
7. ASL Anissa
Hey my names Anissa! I'm teaching myself ASL and I make song covers. Im in college as a Music Therapy Major and I am just making these videos as fun tools to learn some vocab. If you are interested in learning true ASL I highly suggest taking a class.
Also in ASL Youtube Channels
2.1K ⋅3 posts / week ⋅ Apr 2008 Get Email Contact
8. Meredith ASL
New York, US
Technology, Teaching, Learning, American Sign Language, Deaf Studies, Linguistics, Education, Health, Happiness.
Also in Language Learning Youtube Channels
567 ⋅3 posts / week ⋅ Mar 2014 Get Email Contact
9. Bill Vicars
Sacramento, California, US
Resource site for ASL students, teachers, interpreters, and parents of Deaf children.
1 post / month ⋅ Mar 2007 Get Email Contact
10. IRS Videos ASL
Washington, District of Columbia, US
Welcome to the official YouTube channel of the Internal Revenue Service. This channel will feature videos produced by the IRS on various tax administration topics in American Sign Language (ASL).
277.2K ⋅2 posts / month ⋅ Apr 2009 Get Email Contact
Fulton, Missouri, US
ASL interpreters can pursue many specializations, including performing arts. Here's how one hip hop artist recently brought interpreters to his performance. WWU is one of approximately 30 universities in North America to offer a four-year degree in American Sign Language interpreting.
3K Get Email Contact
12. ASL Rochelle
Medford, Oregon, US
The place to learn ASL, use conversational ASL, learn ASL grammar, fingerspelling, practice ASL, and teach your kids and babies ASL. Come and learn American Sign Language.
3.2K⋅ 1.5K⋅ 2.9K Get Email Contact
13. GoReact for ASL
Orem, Utah, US
GoReact is a video feedback and evaluation tool perfect for ASL and sign language interpreting programs. With GoReact, student videos are all organized and stored securely in the cloud, accessible from anywhere.
3K⋅ 577 ⋅10 posts / year Get Email Contact
Sherman Oaks, California, US
Sign Language Interpreters is a Corporation Communicating Coast to Coast. It provides professional and qualified sign language interpreters, consultants, and tutors in Los Angeles and nationwide.
1.2K Get Email Contact
15. HearMyHands ASL
New Jersey, US
Come learn American Sign Language with us. We teach the Sign of the Day, provide great product reviews, give useful tips to use sign language in your everyday life and how we incorporate ASL in our lives with a little toddler. Learn sign language, tips & techniques of how to use sign language. See how we use it in therapy & in our everyday lives. View great ASL products.
2.7K⋅ 179 Get Email Contact
It provide ready-to-use sign language based worksheets, flashcards, and videos to make it easier to teach and communicate with deaf, hearing and special needs students. Welcome to ASL Teaching Resources, the one stop place for ASL teaching resources and learning sign language. We specialize in providing teachers with the necessary tools to be successful whether they know sign or not.
763 ⋅5 posts / year Get Email Contact
New York City, New York, US
My name is Lydia Callis, and I am a RID nationally certified American Sign Language Interpreter. I am also an advocate for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing community. I founded LC Interpreting Services with the goal of consistently providing high quality, culturally-competent sign language interpreters. American sign language is my passion and connecting people is my purpose!
837 Get Email Contact
Tampa, Florida, US
We offer certified translation, interpreting, telephonic, and other language services. Transparent pricing, fast turnaround, experienced linguists.
21 Get Email Contact
19. ASL Discoveries
Williston Park, New York
SL Discoveries is a well known company that utilizes American Sign Language (ASL) to all who are interested in learning! Active participation is a must when discovering this beautiful, visual language!
792⋅ 1.6K Get Email Contact
American Sign Language resources for ASL studnets, instructors, parents, Deaf children, and language enthusiasts.
Jun 2011 Get Email Contact
|Blogger Name||Blog Link||Total Blog Posts|
|Handspeak: sign language online||youtube.com||3|
ASL Blog Topics
|Topic||Number of posts|
|American Sign Language||59|
|Famous Deaf People||18|
|Learn American Sign Language||14|
|International Sign Languages||10|
|Hard Of Hearing||9|
|Baby Sign Language||7|
|Topic||Past Month Count|