Louise S says
My deepest gratitude to ALL who have voted AND left comments. Truly amazed at how many people support ASL in our communities. On behalf of the countless children and adults who I have taught in years past- thank you!
April 21, 2011
When the child is not able to communicate his most primal needs, or connect with the surrounded community in an activities can satisfy his social needs, the outcome usually showing frustration, anger and disappointing in the whole skill.
To understand our kids and help them feel happy, we must look to their life wants and needs, and try to find pleasurable outlets for them. Search for any thread of communication that feels good to them. Find a way to enter the situation with the child and bring and bring the fun, and the situation will be more special by reinforcing the consistent attempt to connect. While holding the faith and willing to help our kids to communicate we can choose from different ways to support them and one of these ways is ASL. We can learn together how to step out of the box.
April 2, 2011
Louise has one of the most generous hearts I know. What she does is beyond amazing! She is always the giver. I know that, if selected as a Startup Nation winner, Louise will do FAB things! That's just how she rolls!
April 2, 2011
margaret mcsweeney says
You are such a strong,amazing and inspirational woman! You run your business with a heart and purpose to help others. Thank you!!!
March 22, 2011
Nina Frye says
Louise is so talented and passionate about everything she does! I have worked with Louise in the past and ASL has soared since I have met her. Good for you Louise. Good luck!
March 17, 2011
I truly appreciate every vote, each comment and most importantly the interest people have to learn ASL in order to communicate with people who use ASL as their mode for communication.
March 16, 2011
Little Journeys World says
I just love what this company does!
March 14, 2011
Mommy Perks says
I've worked with Louise for quite some time now. I adore her energy and enthusiasm. She's such a go-getter and a skilled marketer. Go get 'em, Louise!