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Lodi-made dolls in schools for deaf nationwide

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Posted: Friday, February 24, 2012 12:00 am

Growing up, Emily Paige wasn’t a big fan of dolls. But now they’ve taken over her home and her heart.

Emily Paige and her mother Judy Harrison invented “I Can Sign” dolls. It’s the first doll with posable fingers that children can use to practice sign language. They first got into the hands of children in September 2011, and the pair are still reeling at the impact their creation has made.

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