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World Hearing Day 2024

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Edited from a submission by Andrea Kaneb Sunday, March 3 marked “World Hearing Day,” an opportune moment to appreciate our access to hearing health services and to reflect on the global impact of hearing loss. This worldwide campaign, spearheaded by … Read More

Coming soon… 2024 I. King Jordan Award nominations!!

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Our next I. King Jordan award winner is waiting to be acknowledged!  Start thinking about whose name you would like to submit for consideration so we can invite them to Clearwater Beach, FL for ALDAcon 2024!

ALDA Statement Regarding the Lewiston Maine Shooting

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The Association of Late-Deafened Adults, Inc., (ALDA), mourns with the Lewiston Maine families, friends, and surrounding communities where amongst a number killed or injured while attending a deaf social event Wednesday, October 25, 2023 were several deaf residents.  The names … Read More

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Remembering Cheryl Heppner

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ALDA is sad to share the news of the passing of former ALDA President Cheryl Heppner on October 14, 2023. Cheryl was ALDA President in 1997 and served on the ALDA board from 1996-1998. She won the I. King Jordan … Read More

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John Waldo, 1946-2023

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John Waldo, disability rights attorney and friend, passed away in his sleep on Sunday, September 17, 2023. Tomorrow, September 20th, would have been his 78th birthday. He was diagnosed with a brain tumor this past summer. John was proud to … Read More

Nominations for the ALDA Volunteer Awards Due 9/29/2023

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Want to recognize a great volunteer or organization?  Each year ALDA honors various people and organizations that have either improved the lives of people with hearing loss or significantly contributed to ALDA.  This is your chance to recognize the individual accomplishments … Read More

Webinar: Over the Counter vs Prescription Hearing Aids

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Date: July 26, 2023 Time: 2:00 – 3:00 pm ET It is estimated that 15% of American adults have hearing loss or difficulty hearing. People living with hearing difficulties often feel isolated and left out of important conversations. They can … Read More