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Mill Neck Manor School for the Deaf would like to thank The D’Addario Foundation—a dedicated supporter of the Mill Neck Music Therapy Program—for their generous donation of snare drum heads, drum sticks and guitar strings. When it comes to literacy, Deaf children have the odds stacked against them from the time they are born. A more »
In keeping with Mill Neck International’s mission to create a world where Deaf people are included, empowered and embraced as equals, their latest initiative brings that vision one step closer to becoming a reality. MNI is creating an online Deaf Global Resource Center, launching on Nov. 8, which will offer online courses to train professionals more »
Dr. Amy Wilson, the Director of Mill Neck International (MNI)—an organization that collaborates with partners worldwide to mobilize the capabilities, skills and resources for the Deaf community—met with Mill Neck staff regarding international development with Deaf communities overseas and to enlighten them on the need for this important work. Through Dr. Wilson’s presentation, it became more »
Thanks to an anonymous donor, who purchased this program during the silent auction at the 2017 Sail the Sound for Deafness Regatta, Mill Neck Manor School for the Deaf students now have the unique opportunity to participate in a Therapeutic Equestrian Program at the Red Barn in Old Brookville, N.Y. “There are so many life more »
Mill Neck Services’ Day Habilitation (Day Hab) Program, located in Hicksville, N.Y., helps adults with developmental, intellectual and physical disabilities, as well as medical and communication issues, to reach their fullest potential. Day Hab consumers celebrated “Fun Friday,” where they were able to enjoy the movie “The Sandlot,” and learn how to cook a tasty more »
Center for Hearing Health participated in Active Aging Week— a week-long campaign that calls attention to and wholeheartedly celebrates the positivity of aging today. It showcases the capabilities of older adults as fully participating members of society and spotlights the role models that lead the way. With fun-filled activities and lectures, including free hearing screenings, more »
Lutheran Friends of the Deaf (LFD)—the founding member of the Mill Neck Family of organizations, dedicated to bringing the Word of God to the Deaf community through Sign Language translation—wants to make it possible for Deaf children and adults to have access to God’s Word. Holding true to this mission, LFD has created Bible Story more »
Mill Neck Foundation hosted foundations and major donors at this year’s Lutheran Grantmakers and Donors Network annual conference. The Lutheran Grantmakers and Donors Network, which provides a forum for family foundations and donors supporting Lutheran ministries, aims to enable its members to be informed, involved and effective grantmakers and donors in their philanthropy. “It was more »
Lexington Agrees with Mill Neck Legal Claims in Suit against NY State Education Lexington School & Center for the Deaf has agreed in their court filing with the claims made by the Mill Neck Manor School for the Deaf in their law suit that NY State Education Department errored in allowing the 4201 Association, a more »
New York School for the Deaf, founded in 1817, has agreed in their filing with the claims made by the Mill Neck Manor School for the Deaf in their law suit that NY State Education Department errored in allowing the 4201 Association, a nongovernmental agency, to determine how funding was split; failed to use the more »
Mill Neck Family of Organizations asks you to stand up alongside us as we partner with #GivingTuesday on November 28, 2017. Choose to support Mill Neck’s mission to give children and adults who are Deaf and have other disabilities a chance at a successful future through specially designed educational and vocational programs.
Lutheran Friends of the Deaf—the founding organization of Mill Neck Family of Organizations, which brings support services to the global Deaf community for access to the Word of God—is excited to announce the launch of their latest initiative: lutheranfriendsofthedeaf.org. This new website, which boasts a new functional design and an array of unique and user-friendly more »
Music Therapist Christine Finn led Mill Neck Manor School for the Deaf students from Ms. Sugarman’s class in a musical performance they composed themselves on the bucket drums at the Apple Festival. Mill Neck’s Music and Literacy Program allows students who are Deaf, Hard of Hearing or have other disabilities participate in music therapy to more »
Mill Neck Services’ Day Habilitation consumers—a program that helps adults with developmental, intellectual and physical disabilities, as well as medical and communication issues, to reach their fullest potential—generously volunteered their time to make the Apple Festival an event to remember. Consumers helped put together apple boxes and volunteered all weekend at the Day Habilitation more »