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Project Insight

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Subject: Deaf education, Wawona (schooner), Sigmund Stern Recreation Grove, Cued speech, Fingerspelling
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Project Insight

Project Insight (P.I.) is a division of the San Francisco Recreation & Parks Department which provides recreational and learning activities for hearing-impaired and vision-impaired children, teenagers, young adults.

Founded circa 1990, Project Insight is based at Wawona Clubhouse[1] in the Sigmund Stern Recreation Grove, two miles south of San Francisco's Golden Gate Park. Participants, staff and volunteers use American Sign Language.


  • Purpose and activities 1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Purpose and activities

Because deaf and hard of hearing youth are often isolated from their hearing peer group and excluded from recreational and group social experiences, Project Insight:

See also


  1. ^ a b "Project Insight website". (includes photo albums from skiing, rock climbing and white water rafting trips). 
  2. ^ a b "Sense of stroke".  
  3. ^ Nanette Asimov (16 September 2006). "Robinson Wadsworth — musician, adventurer".  
  4. ^ "Taiko Drumming at NTID". Sponsored by  

External links

  • //adaptive-recreation/recprogram.orgsfrecpark

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