Mill Neck Services Teams Up With Rock Can Roll

  Mill Neck Services’ DayHab Central Program participants got together with Rock Can Roll agency—a nonprofit whose mission is to collaborate with rock concerts, schools, corporations and private individuals to collect healthy non-perishable food for those in need—to deliver food to Our Lady of Fatima Church in Port Washington, N.Y. MNS participants, who are always more »

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Save The Date: Church Interpreter Training Institute

The Church Interpreter Training Institute (CITI), which exists to equip church members, professional church workers and American Sign Language (ASL) interpreters through specialized instruction to assist and serve the Christian Church in proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus Christ to people who are Deaf, will be held on June 25 to July 6, 2018, at Concordia more »

LFD Extends Call To Deaconess Intern

Lutheran Friends of the Deaf extended a call to Deaconess Phyllis Yee, who is LFD’s former deaconess-intern. Deaconess Yee is the wife of Pastor Travis Yee of Trinity Lutheran Church in Glen Cove, N.Y. The Diploma of Vocation calls Yee to officially serve as a commissioned deaconess for Lutheran Friends of the Deaf of the more »

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Mill Neck Services Partners With Sagamore Hill

In order to become more Deaf friendly, Sagamore Hill National Historic Site in Oyster Bay, N.Y., partnered with Mill Neck Services to teach their employees American Sign Language (ASL). Joshua Reyes, Chief of Interpretation at Sagamore Hill, who took ASL in college, was always drawn to Sign Language, and was looking for a way to more »

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MNI Travels to Hungary for International Conference

Mill Neck International (MNI) traveled to Budapest, Hungary, for the World Federation of the Deaf ’s (WFD) third annual International Conference. While there, Sarah Houge, MNI’s Planning, Monitoring & Evaluation Specialist, and Lisa Fisher, MNI’s International Deaf Center Manager, attended workshops and presentations and learned about inclusion for Deaf people through sign language in the more »

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Mill Neck Interpreters Selected to Service Amazon

Mill Neck Interpreter Service (MNIS), a non-profit agency that provides highly skilled Sign Language interpreters throughout Long Island and the New York Metropolitan area, was chosen to provide interpreting services for Amazon’s Long Island facility. MNIS was selected for this significant role through an agreement with Purple Communications, one of the leaders in Video Relay more »

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ECC Toys Donated to Needy Children in Ghana

Some light has been shed on the disappointing closing of Mill Neck’s Early Childhood Center back in August. Leftover toys, educational books and games have been donated to underprivileged children in a village in Ghana. “I am sending these toys to my home country in Ghana to a school in my village,” said Father Marcellus, more »

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CHH’s Mobile Audiology Van Participates in JFK’s Health Fair

The Center for Hearing Health, a part of Mill Neck Family of Organizations, participated in JFK Airport’s Health, Wellness and Safety Fair by offering free hearing screenings in our new state-of-the-art Mobile Audiology Van. During the event, JFK employees were also able to receive blood pressure and sugar glucose screening provided by CitiMed—Board Certified physicians more »

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LFD Holds Monthly Interpreted Chapel and Bible Services

Lutheran Friends of the Deaf—the founding member of the Mill Neck Family of Organizations, whose mission is to bring the word of God to Deaf individuals worldwide through Sign Language translation—holds monthly interpreted worship and Bible services on the Mill Neck campus. Worship services are held in the John of Beverly Chapel in the Mill more »

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Mill Neck International Partners with Centum Foundation of India

Mill Neck International (MNI) has been asked to partner with Centum Foundation of New Delhi, India—the corporate social responsibility (CSR) arm of Centum Learning, an independent, non-governmental international organization that facilitates vocational training and skilling initiatives of women, youth and children. Centum Foundation has launched Centum-GRO to train Deaf youth in India—in collaboration with US-based more »

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MNS’ Day Habilitation Program Celebrates Thanksgiving Luncheon

  Mill Neck’s Day Habilitation Program-a program that helps adults with developmental, intellectual and physical disabilities, as well as medical and communication issues, to reach their fullest potential-held their 18th annual Thanksgiving Luncheon on Nov. 8. 2017, at the Elk’s Lodge in Massapequa, N.Y. Friends and family were invited to enjoy a Thanksgiving feast fully more »

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Santa Claus Made an Early Stop at Mill Neck Manor

The Mill Neck Family was extremely excited to host their first-ever annual holiday spectacular: Santa’s Workshop in early December. Mr. and Mrs. Claus took over the enchanting Mill Neck Manor, which was dashing with holiday décor, in large part due to a substantial donation made by relatives of Lilian Sefton Dodge—the original owner of the more »

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I’d Like You To Meet Christopher

Did you know that your gift to Mill Neck can change the lives of countless Deaf children? Meet Christopher to learn how you can help Deaf children at Mill Neck.

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Mill Neck Manor School for the Deaf Partners with Concordia University

Dr. Amanda Geidel and Dr. Vicki Anderson have been awarded a “High Impact” grant from Concordia University, Nebraska, in order to continue exploring partnership opportunities with Mill Neck Manor School for the Deaf. The High Impact grant funds awarded to select faculty members are for use in the development of new educational experiences for their more »

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D’Addario Foundation Donates to Music Therapy Program

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 »

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