The Mill Neck Foundation’s reputation for its international efforts increased this July as the World Federation of the Deaf (WFD) awarded the Mill Neck Foundation its Associate Member status after a thorough review of Mill Neck’s international mission, goals, values, beliefs and practices when working with Deaf communities overseas. The WFD has consultative status in more »
Thursday, August 10 5 p.m. Sailing Check-in • 5:30 p.m. Pursuit Race Begins • 7:30 p.m. Party at Mill Neck Manor House Register Online Today.
“Many students will not have the opportunity to see, hear, feel or try orchestral instruments and I think it is important for all the students to have access to the arts,” said Christine Finn, Music Therapist at Mill Neck. Sounds of Mozart floated through the air of the Mill Neck Manor School for the Deaf more »
“We want work. We need work. We can work. We are willing to work.” Select Mill Neck Manor School for the Deaf Students enrolled in the Mill Neck Services (MNS) Summer Work Program recited the club motto in unison. The students were attending the last in a series of Work Readiness workshops, which serves to more »
In February, students of the third-year class of the LI AuD Consortium visited the Center for Hearing Health, a program of Mill Neck Services, to attend a seminar to learn about Assistive Technology Devices. The LI AuD Consortium is a program where Adelphi, Hofstra and St. John’s—three distinguished higher education institutions on Long Island—have joined more »
Students and staff were proudly clad in school colors and our amazing high school and middle school cheerleading squads raised the energy of the crowd for the student-staff volleyball match. Take a look at the fun in our Facebook photo album below! Let’s go Mill Neck Manor!
Usually when you envision taking a trip to the country of Jamaica, you imagine palm trees that stretch all the way up to the clear blue skies. Miles of sandy beaches that meet crystal blue waters. A destination providing tranquility at its best. Well, the Mill Neck Foundation—an organization that enhances the lives of the more »
Every year, shortly after we all begin to settle into the new school year, the Deaf Education Center (DEC) participates in Deaf Awareness Week. Also known as International Week of the Deaf (IWD), Deaf Awareness Week is celebrated annually by Deaf people around the world during the last full week in September. IWD aims to more »
The students of Mill Neck’s Deaf Education Center (DEC) experience hands-on learning at its finest this summer. From touring the Planting Fields Arboretum State Historic Park in Oyster Bay to volunteering at Sunrise of Glen Cove Assisted Living Facility to meeting the Stony Brook University football team, students have the opportunity to discover their interests more »
A Safe Place for all Deaf Individuals with Developmental Disabilities Individuals who are Deaf with developmental disabilities often have a hard time feeling like they belong. It isn’t as easy to socialize with friends or participate in meaningful group activities within the comfort of a safe environment. Because of this, Mill Neck Services, Inc.—whose main more »
On June 22, 2016 the Mill Neck Family of Organizations welcomed an intimate crowd of supporters for an exclusive evening of wine tasting and food pairing with filmmaker Trudie Styler and world-renowned musician Sting, co-founders of the Rainforest Fund. Trudie and Sting provided four red wine varieties produced at their Tuscan Estate Il Palagio for more »