Individuals who proceed through a Diagnostic Assessment, regardless of the format selected, find this service to be invaluable and enlightening. A significant amount of information is generated about strengths and more importantly areas needing improvement. What an individual does with that information following a Diagnostic Assessment is essential.
We do not recommend scheduling more than one Diagnostic Assessment within a six-month period. Once the Diagnostic Assessment has been completed, we recommend seeking out both formal instruction and interactive opportunities to improve language skills and communicative competency.
ASL classes are provided by the College of Professional Studies and Outreach (CPSO) during the Fall, Spring and Summer.
For hands-on practice and interaction in the Washington, DC metropolitan area, check out the Interactive Opportunities. We also recommend that you search for other events and activities that are happening in your area.