Alexander Graham Bell Association

Alexander Graham Bell Association

3417 Volta Place NW

Washington DC 20007-2778

202-337-5220 (V/T)

www.agbell.org

 

Publication: “Volta Voices”

 

Information about the AGB biannual convention

 

The Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing is a nonprofit membership organization that was established in 1890 to empower people who are deaf or hard of hearing to function independently by promoting universal rights and optimal opportunities to learn to use, maintain, and improve all aspects of their verbal communications, including their abilities to speak, speechread, use residual hearing, and process both spoken and written language.

To carry out the A.G. Bell objectives, we offer a wide variety of member-oriented programs, publications, and financial aid programs. While the A.G. Bell focuses on issues of national and international scope, members can enrich their involvement by joining one of our three Sections and one of our many Chapters and international affiliates.

June 2001 – AG Bell recently announced a mentoring program that links kids with hearing loss and adults with hearing loss in a mentor relationship. The goal of the program is to help the kids deal with their hearing loss. They’re looking for both mentors and mentees. Here’s the press release, in the form of a letter from AG Bell Executive Director Donna Sorkin.

September 2007 – AG Bell Appoints Alexander Graham as Its New Executive Director

March 2008 – Leadership Opportunities for Teens Before 2008 ABBell  Convention

June 2008 – AGBell 2008 Convention Opens in Milwaukee

April 2009 – AG Bell Denounces Demonstrations

AGB Biannual Conventions

The Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf (AGBAD) Convention is a bi annual convention for hearing impaired, hard of hearing, late deafened, and oral deaf people who maximize their use of spoken language.

AGBell 2008 Convention Opens in Milwaukee

The 2004 AGB Convention will be held in Los Angeles.

The 2002 AGB convention was held June 29 to July 2 in St. Louis.

The 2000 AGB convention was held July 8-12, 2000 in Philadelphia.

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July 2008 – Deaf Bilingual Coalition Attacks AG Bell During Convention