Lámh supports communication - between parents and child, between siblings, between friends. It can be a stepping stone to communicating with the world. Lámh is a manual sign system used by children and adults with intellectual disability and communication needs in Ireland.
Dizzy Deliveries TV Show
The first TV Show with Lámh Signs! Available on RTE Player, 13 episodes with Lámh signs on the farm, at school, baking and lots more!
Lámh Signs are for Everyone
The Lámh Project
Wouldn't it be great if everyone could say Hello to everyone? Click HERE to see how Jack and his family were amazed to see everyone using Lámh one day!
Lámh Courses Online and in-person
See our Training Courses menu item for information and listings
Sign and sing along with Lámheen on Vimeo download HERE or on DVD
Benefits of using Lámh
Persons may understand more when they and their communication partners use Lámh signs. Frustration can be reduced when people are provided with a way of communicating.
We are absolutely delighted to hear that Dizzy Deliveries, the first TV series with Lámh signs launched on RTE Jr, has been nominated for an RTS award!...
The Lámh Project: Wouldn't it be great if everyone could say Hello to everyone?
If everyone could sign Hello, what a change that would make for...
Children and families who star in Dizzy Deliveries, the new TV series with Lámh signs on RTEJr, were invited to the Late Late Show to talk to Ryan Tubridy...
Why not use Lámh in your community?
When school staff and other pupils become familiar with Lámh signs and use some signs themselves, the child who is using Lámh will have the opportunity to participate in school life from the start.
"Lámh Clon" is a short film promoting the town of Clonakilty, Co. Cork. The film features 26 people supported by Cope Foundation in Clonakilty, and demonstrates various places of interest in the town.
The more people that know about Lámh signs the better! An inclusive choir or a sports club learning Lámh? Lámh is happy to support all those interested in developing projects using Lámh.