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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CHH Sponsors Audiology Conference

Mill Neck’s Center for Hearing Health (CHH) sponsored Long Island Speech and Hearing Association’s (LISHA) fall conference held at Crest Hollow Country Club in Woodbury, N.Y. The event allowed a mix of professional speech language pathologists and audiologists from the Long Island area to participate in important discussions related to their field. Also during the more »

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CHH Mobile Audiology Van is on the Move!

The Center for Hearing Health’s Mobile Audiology Van made a stop at Trinity Lutheran Church in Glen Cove, N.Y. While there, CHH’s Doctors of Audiology performed free hearing screenings for children and adults in the community. The CHH mobile unit is fully equipped with a large sound proof booth and one smaller booth to perform more »

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LFD Participates in Thrivent Choice Program

Lutheran Friends of the Deaf has been approved to participate in the Thrivent Choice® program, which engages Thrivent Members and Thrivent Member Networks in providing grants that support charitable activities, furthering Thrivent’s mission. Through the Thrivent Choice program, members can participate in Thrivent Choice Dollars—a distribution program for Thrivent Financial for Lutherans’ charitable outreach funds. more »

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MNS Travels to Radio City

Mill Neck Services’ participants were thrilled to visit New York City, where they traveled by a luxury bus to sightsee in Times Square and enjoy the Christmas tree in Rockefeller Center. When they arrived, participants were delighted to witness the Radio City Christmas Spectacular, with interpreting from Hands On—a group that provides accessibility to arts more »

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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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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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