Faith and fun speak the same language at deaf summer camp

Summarized by Jessica Brannan

A fun day camp open to all, Camp Overbrook: In Sign of Pennsylvania had another successful session this year. Along with various fun activities like art and outdoor games, and even Bible studies, this particular camp is special for another reason: its full language and communication access using American Sign Language (ASL).

Established by Sister Kathleen Schipani in 1994, the Catholic-based camp allows Deaf and Hard of Hearing kids who use ASL to enjoy ‚Äúsolidarity and ease of communication‚ÄĚ while they have fun and experience the Catholic community in their own language.

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