About Louise Sattler

Louise Masin Sattler is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist, educational consultant, founder and owner of Signing Families and co-founder of the 411 Voices Influential Network. She is a frequent contributor to media outlets, such as Education.com and CNN often speaking on topics such as communication, safety and social media. She resides in Los Angeles with her husband of nearly 30 years. Both children are grown–ups now and Natasha, the actor and college graduate, continues to be successful within the entertainment industry. See IMDB for details Connect on Twitter as @LouiseASL, LouiseSattler.com or Louise@SigningFamilies.com

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Articles by Louise

Tips for Parents of Kids Entering the Entertainment Industry

Tips for Parents of Kids Entering the Entertainment Industry

It all started when our daughter was 11 months old. I remember the day clearly.  She was sitting in an infant seat in a neighborhood McDonald’s when a stranger walked up to our table and handed my husband a dollar bill. “Your daughter is so pretty with her red – hair and I want to just give you some money to buy her something. You should get her an agent – she really is pretty.” We were... 

Sign Language for Emergency Situations: ASL, English & Spanish

Sign Language for Emergency Situations: ASL, English & Spanish

It’s been almost four years since the first run of my video – Sign Language for Emergency Situations -ASL, English and Spanish appeared at my front door. I carefully opened the huge boxes and looked at the “zillion” copies that were all over my living room floor. How funny, that this little DVD carried so much history with it… none which is reflected on the DVD itself or its’... 

Sign Language for Emergency Situations: ASL, English & Spanish

Sign Language for Emergency Situations: ASL, English & Spanish

It has been about two months since the first run of my newest video – Sign Language for Emergency Situations -ASL, English and Spanish appeared at my front door. I carefully opened the huge boxes and looked at the “zillion” copies that were all over my living room floor. How funny, that this little DVD carried so much history with it… none which is reflected on the DVD itself or its’...