The day before Spring Break, students from the Mill Neck Manor School for the Deaf and the Early Childhood Center enjoyed an Easter Egg hunt on the rolling hill leading up to the historic Mill Neck Manor House on campus. The event was coordinated by the MNM high school Student Body Government for the elementary, more »
From March 10-13, the student representatives from Mill Neck Manor competed in the 2016 annual Gallaudet University Northeast Regional Academic Bowl hosted by New York School for the Deaf at Fanwood. The Mill Neck Manor Academic Bowl team received guidance from coaches Rebecca Pilson, and Rose Madera de Farruya. The team had four wins and more »
Today, Lutheran Friends of the Deaf welcomed Bishop Derek Lecakes, President of the AD-LCMS, to preside over chapel service in the recently re-dedicated John of Beverley Chapel of Mill Neck Manor. Following the sermon, attendees witnessed the installation of Deaconess Phyllis Yee as a member of the LFD team.
By Rev. Thomas Dunseth, Director of Deaf Ministry for Lutheran Friends of the Deaf When the angels went away from them into heaven, the shepherds said to one another, “Let us go over to Bethlehem and see this thing that has happened, which the Lord has made known to us.”16 And they went with haste and found more »
Last week, the Lutheran Friends of the Deaf (the founding organization of the Mill Neck Family of Organizations) welcomed friends, family, staff, alumni, board members and members of the Atlantic District – LCMS for the Blessing and Rededication of the Chapel, Paraments and Furnishings of The John of Beverley Chapel in Mill Neck Manor House. Scroll more »
At Pentecost the Gospel was proclaimed and “each one was hearing them speak in his own language” (Acts 2:6b ESV). The Gentiles not only marveled at the mighty works of God, but they marveled that it was spoken in their language—that surely God’s Good News was meant for them too! “[W]e hear them telling in more »
The weather couldn’t have been better… our volunteers, both long-timers and newbies, were absolutely terrific and everywhere you looked, the smiles were as bountiful as the apples! Mill Neck Family’s Fall Harvest Festival came together this weekend to the delight of the thousands of visitors who arrived for New York State apples and other treats, more »
Mill Neck Manor School for the Deaf celebrates Deaf Awareness Week (also known as International Week of the Deaf) from September 21-25, 2015. Stay tuned to social media for updates and fun photos of the events planned for the week! WHAT IS INTERNATIONAL WEEK OF THE DEAF (IWD)? International Week of the Deaf is an more »
Medical, Research, Audiology, Neuropsychological & Rehabiliation Download the 2015 Conference Brochure Register Online Today! CONFERENCE DATE Tuesday, October 6, 2015 CONFERENCE LOCATION Mill Neck Manor School for the Deaf 40 Frost Mill Road, Mill Neck, NY 11765 (For GPS, use 34 Frost Mill Road) REGISTRATION FEE $90 per person Register Online Today! more »
We will be announcing our Mill Neck Manor House tour dates for 2016 shortly. Please check back.
RAFFLE DRAWING RESULTS FROM JUNE 14, 2015 ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF: Designers’ Showcase® 2015 “Where Art and Design emerge into Signs of Spring!” May 2 through June 14, 2015 Mill Neck Manor Mill Neck, LI To Benefit Mill Neck Manor School for the Deaf The annual spring event Designers’ Showcase® 2015 will open at Mill more »
Yesterday, Mill Neck Manor School for the Deaf’s Kindergarten Teacher Patricia Leone (Patty) brought in to school her Reading Therapy Dog Roger. The students were so excited to meet Roger. It just so happens that Roger himself is Deaf and has learned to understand sign language. A real connection was made between the students and more »
On Wednesday, March 11 President and CEO of The Mill Neck Family of Organizations Mike Killian, along with his wife Susan Killian, the Director of Deaf Ministry Rev. Thomas Dunseth, Deaconess Tiffany Manor and long-time Mill Neck Family staff member Georgia Jackson, visited A Service of Evening Prayer for the Circuit Six Gathering of the Atlantic District more »
Attention Mill Neck Manor community, the 4201 Schools Association of New York State need your help TODAY! The New York State Assembly and Senate are working in the next few days drafting their “one-house” budget bills – which detail either house’s major priorities for negotiations on a final budget agreement. These bills are to be approved on Thursday, more »
Michele Iannotti, of Bayville, has triplets. Early on she knew her son Grayson would need services, which he began at 18 months. Grayson, who is nearly five, was enrolled at the Mill Neck Manor Early Childhood Center (ECC) in September, 2013. Iannotti enrolled her two other children, Riley and Derek, into another preschool. She soon noticed a difference more »