What You Don’t Hear in Restaurants

In News by Linda Bilodeau

I can’t remember the last time I heard a waiter or waitress in a restaurant. Ten years? Maybe longer? My husband and I eat out at least once a week, sometimes more. We tend to frequent the same restaurants, our … Read More

Hearing Consideration

In News by Linda Bilodeau

It’s always a pleasure to run into people who understand my hearing predicament. Last Thursday was one such day. I arrived at a neighborhood community meeting early and was lucky enough to get a front row seat. As I was … Read More

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RIT/NTID students honored for excellence in business studies

In News by Cynthia Moynihan

Three deaf and hard-of-hearing students in business-related majors at Rochester Institute of Technology’s National Technical Institute for the Deaf received a new scholarship funded by the Frank B. Sullivan Memorial Foundation. The recipients are Jacob Schwall, a new media marketing major from Fishers, … Read More

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Congratulations ALDA Award Recipients

In News, Uncategorized by Roy Miller

ALDA 2018 Award Recipients Honored! Each year the ALDA Board of Directors honors various people and organizations that have either improved the lives of late-deafened adults or significantly contributed to the activities and well-being of ALDA.  Below are descriptions of … Read More

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ALDAcon Silent Auction Needs You!

In News by Roy Miller

ALDAcon 2018 is less than a month away and the Silent Auction Committee is busy preparing. If you’re planning to donate an item, please let us know what it is and its approximate value so that we can preprint bid … Read More