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Most are college students or have jobs related to social service.We are very pleased that most of the students from our beginning classes return for intermediate training."Dans said the popularity of ASL has grown steadily since the 1970s, when several scientific studies found that ASL's value is not limited to the deaf community."With increasing interest in ASL, there are simply not enough resources available to teach it on a widespread basis," he said."We at DCI see this as another opportunity to expand ASL use and deaf awareness in the Chicago area, and even throughout the state."There is much more work to be done to create accessibility for deaf LGBT people," Rogers said.
However, we do strongly encourage people to take all three levels before going out on their own.VRI uses current technology, computer and webcam, to interpret for deaf and hearing people located in the same room.Using the Internet, a customer can simply contact our VRI call center to request an interpreter who instantly appears on the computer screen.Each ASL class from DCI is a six-week course, with once-a-week sessions that are two hours each.DCI offers beginner, intermediate and advanced ASL courses."After taking the first six-week class, [ students ] will be able to have basic conversations with deaf people," Dans said.