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Serviços Humanitários / 28/07/2021

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8-year-old deaf dancer teaches Libras for children: inclusion

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8-year-old deaf dancer teaches Libras for children: inclusion


Nicole Lemos is only 8 years old, but she is a giant! The little girl was born deaf – with severe deafness – but that doesn't stop her being a beautiful ballerina.

And in addition to dancing very well, Nicole also embraced the purpose of inclusion. She teaches other people – especially children – the Brazilian Sign Language (Libras).

The Mãos que Educam project is managed by Nicole's mother, Orleanda Lemos, who also creates internet content and also decided to tell the girl's entire trajectory in a book.

Ballet

Orleanda said in an interview that Nicole's routine is practically all dedicated to studies and ballet. It is in dance that the girl renews herself and does what she loves the most.

She explains that she finds the way her daughter feels the music amazing. “Deaf people feel the vibration of the music, they feel the beats. Incredibly, she notices when a sound is more agitated. She has this perception, which leaves us very impressed”, she said.

The mother remembers that when her daughter was still very young, her grandmother dressed her as a ballerina and she went out dancing, simulating a few steps. the game, ballet became part of Nicole's routine.

Pounds

Sign Language is also very significant to Nicole. Her first contact with Brazilian Sign Language was with a teacher, who is also deaf.

The mother says that Nicole already communicated with signs at the age of three: basic signs such as water, food and toilets.

The bilingual training of the young dancer came, however, the Francisco Suderlan Bastos Mota Municipal School of Integral Time for Bilingual Education, in the Itaperi neighborhood, in Fortaleza.

free lessons

And it was the learning and passion for Libras that Nicole decided to pass on her knowledge. Today she gives free classes to deaf people, family members or people interested in Sign Language.

To maintain the project, the family still sells objects with the brand, such as blouses.

Nicole and Orleanda also take advantage of social media to disseminate as much information about deafness as possible. As the girl highlights on her Instagram profile, what she most wants is to fight for more accessibility and respect.

Nicole is an example! Even as a small child, she passes on a giant claw and determination to fulfill every dream she has.

May you go far, little one!


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