Mill Neck Manor School for the Deaf 2018-2019 Meal Charge and Prohibition Against Meal Shaming Policy

Purpose The goal of Mill Neck Manor School for the Deaf  is to provide student access to nutritious no- or low-cost meals each school day and to ensure that a pupil whose parent/guardian has unpaid school meal fees is not shamed or treated differently than a pupil whose parent/guardian does not have unpaid meal fees. more »

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Mill Neck Sails the Sound for Deafness

The Mill Neck Family of Organizations held its annual Sail the Sound for Deafness Regatta & Summer Soirée on Thursday, Aug. 9. 2018. Oakliff Sailing made their fleet available for an exciting race around Oyster Bay and into the Sound. Sailors participated with their own boats and spectators watched from The WaterFront Center’s showpiece Christeen—the more »

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Mill Neck Graduate Celebrates 50 Years as the Mets Mailman

Full disclosure: Tod Tillotson loves the Yankees. Now, that’s not to say that he doesn’t share a learned love for the Mets. But just like any born-and-bred New York boy in the 50s, Tillotson spent his adolescence wholeheartedly rooting for the Yankees before the Mets even existed. Tillotson had quite a different childhood, however, after an incident more »

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Bill Passed which Requires ASL Interpreters at All Emergency Press Conferences

At Mill Neck, we strive everyday to empower Deaf and Hard of Hearing individuals. After months of advocating for the Deaf community to the Nassau County Legislators, we at Mill Neck are proud to state that yesterday, April 25, 2018 marks a significant change, which ensures that those who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing more »

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GoFundMe Campaign for Safe Playground

The DEC has started a GoFundMe Campaign to raise money for rubber mulch in the student playground, which is vital to the safety of our Deaf children. Most of our Deaf and Hard of Hearing students wear hearing aids or cochlear implants, which are very expensive and can fall off and break easily. The addition more »

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CHH Hosts St. Patrick’s Brunch & Learn

The Center for Hearing Health (CHH) held their first St. Patrick’s Brunch and Learn at the historic Mill Neck Manor for their current and prospective patients. The event was led by Erik Sengstacken, the Regional Sales Manager from Widex – a family owned company based in Denmark that is a leading manufacturer of hearing aids. Erik more »

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LFD Bible Story Books for Children

Lutheran Friends of the Deaf has been awarded a grant for the Lutheran Women’s Missionary League (LWML) to help fund the development of a series of Children’s Bible Story Books. These books combine American Sign Language, illustrative artwork, the written word and video, to bring the Gospel into the lives of both Deaf and hearing more »

MNI and LFD Travel to the Dominican Republic

Director of LFD Rev. Thomas Dunseth and Director of MNI Dr. Amy Wilson recently visited the Dominican Republic, meeting with administrators from the School for the Deaf in Santo Domingo, as well as members of the Asociación Nacional de Sordos de la Republica Dominicana, Deaf leaders of Santiago and leaders of the LCMS Church to more »

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Luncheon Held for Future Docents

Longtime docents Don Krug and Luci Murphy, as well as the Mill Neck Foundation special events team, held a luncheon and private tour of the historic Mill Neck Manor for potential docents. During their luncheon, they imparted historical knowledge of the Tudor Revival mansion that was once owned by cosmetic heiress Lilian Sefton Dodge. For more »

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Trip to Hosanna School For The Deaf in Ethiopia

By Debbie Desroches I have traveled to many places, all over the world, but the experience of visiting the Hosanna School For the Deaf is one that has both humbled me and changed the way I think about so many things that I have taken for granted in my life. At first glance the school more »

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Lillian Sefton Dodge Relatives Visit Mill Neck Manor

Relatives of the late cosmetic heiress Lillian Sefton Thomas Dodge—the former owner of what is now known as our beloved Mill Neck Manor—visited the campus to tour and reminisce about the majestic Tudor revival mansion. Terry Meade, Lillian’s great-great nephew, along with a few family members, walked every inch of the 34-room estate, offering in-depth more »

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Donor Couple Supports Mill Neck for 25 Years

When 95-year-old Gloria and 98-year-old Frank Massimo—longtime donors and faithful supporters of Mill Neck—walked into the Mill Neck offices, a palpable presence of history, knowledge and love surrounded them. After 72 years of marriage, they remained perfectly in sync, practically finishing each other’s sentences. They went back in time, reminiscing about the old days growing more »

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Holocaust Survivor Speaks to DEC Students

Werner Reich, a Holocaust survivor, visited the Deaf Education Center to speak to students about the history of theHolocaust, the meaning behind the Nazi destruction and the challenges he faced throughout the Holocaust. Werner’s presentation was eye opening for the students, as he taught them about hate crimes and judgments, and gave them a better more »

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​ MNI Launches New Website

Mill Neck International (MNI)—an organization whose mission is to envision a world where Deaf people are included, empowered, celebrated and embraced as equals—launched a brand new website. The website, which features bold, vibrant colors and photos, allows for a more Deaf-friendly experience with the use of signed videos and iconography. MNI also announces their first-ever more »

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CHH To Launch New Website

The Center for Hearing Health is excited to announce an entirely brand new website that will be launched in the coming months. The site, which will be exclusive to the center, will feature informative information on services, blogs and videos on the latest advancements in audiology; a schedule of upcoming events and van visits; an more »

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