I think it wouldn't hurt to have ASL "therapy" for every deaf or HoH child
the way the Deaf and HoH have speech therapy - this way they would be prepared for future if they chose to go totally Deaf way.
Or go to and fro whenever.
It could be basic - mastering the finger alphabet, learning enough ASL to be able to have simple conversation.
Other than that, I think ASL is great - it's a fluent communication.
I am wondering if there shouldn't be more specific signs invented, though -
for example coffee - caffeine. Why not. Spoken English has it.
Words like that enrich a language.
A 'No' uttered from the deepest conviction is better than a 'Yes' merely uttered to please, or worse, to avoid trouble.