First of all, how would she refer to her signing? Woud she say she signed or spoke something? I'm inclined to go with "signed", but I might be making a huge misstep. Also, how should I refer to her dialogue when someone else is talking about her? Is it okay to say the same thing as above, or should I say "said" even though it looks odd?
Secondly, would she be made to take a separate class in school, or would she be fine in a regular studies class as long as she had someone to interpret?
Thirdly, is it hard to read upside down sign language? She enjoys sitting upside down in recliners, and I was wondering if she could sign and still be understood well.
Finally, is there anything about ASL I should know to type out what she signs, such as grammar use or position?
Thanks in advance.