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Advocacy Corner – Winter 2022

In Advocacy, ALDA Archives Newsletter, Legal Updates, News by ALDA News

Three cases that have occurred since the last newsletter are worth mentioning. Two of them involve deaf or hard of hearing people, and the one that does not still has the potential to significantly affect us. The first case (Cummings v. Premier Rehab Keller) involves a deaf woman who was referred to a rehabilitation office for physical therapy. The office refused to provide interpreters and said the woman must bring her own interpreter at her expense, a blatantly illegal claim. She sued, asking for damages to compensate her for the injury of being excluded…

Late-Deafened News and ALDA Outreach!

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This outreach is for both those with or without hearing loss! Count down…Three …Two…One…Read on! The Association of Late-Deafened Adults, Inc. (ALDA), has exciting news to share as the celebration of Deaf Awareness Month draws to a close. COUNT DOWN… … Read More