DCARA Youth & Family Services ASL Storysigning | Hooray for Hat!
Come join DCARA Youth & Family Services on Tuesday, June 9 at 3 pm PT for #ASLStorysigning virtual event! Michelle Camara will sign the story from a book called “Hooray for Hat!” by Brian Won.
No need for registration! Join us on Facebook page to watch the story live or join via Zoom webinar: https://zoom.us/j/93970620254
If you have any questions, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org | 510-343-5167 | 510-296-9777 (Español)
[Video description: This vlog shows two people having a conversation. Danielle Silk is seated in front of the background with blue curtains. Danielle has curly brown hair, large roundish dark translucent glasses, and a black shirt. Michelle Camara, a white female, stands in front of sage walls with a picture framed by a pair of mirrors. Michelle has long, wavy brown hair. She is wearing a pair of black glasses and dark blue shirt.]
Danielle: Hi! I’m Danielle, Youth Services Coordinator here at DCARA. What is your name?
Michelle: Hi Danielle, I’m Michelle, I’m the new Advocacy Services Manager at DCARA.
Danielle: Welcome! Do you like to read?
Michelle: Of course! I just read a really great book, Hooray for Hat!
Danielle: Really? I love hats! What’s the book about?
Michelle: The book has different animals: an elephant, a turtle, a giraffe, and more. They struggle with their moods and uncomfortable feelings and they work together to take care of each other.
Danielle: Wow, that seems really important to talk about. Will you read the story?
Michelle: Yes absolutely! Bring your hats!
[Screen fades to show a picture of the flyer “ASL Storysigning” virtual event.]
[Image Description: A flyer with striped orange color background displaying the characters from a book “Hooray for Hat!” and a picture of Michelle in white and yellow text with the DCARA logo on upper corner area with following content:
ASL Storytelling – Join Youth & Family Services every Tuesday at 3:00 PM PT for ASL Storytelling. Date: June 9, 2020 | 3 pm PT. The animals struggle with their moods and uncomfortable feelings and they work together to take care of each other. Join Michelle Camara and find out! Watch us on Facebook Live or join through Zoom webinar. No registration required. https://zoom.us/j/93970620254]