Association of Late Deafened Adults (ALDA)

Association of Late Deafened Adults (ALDA)

Publication: “ALDA News”

Information about the ALDA annual convention

ALDA was formed in Chicago, Illinois in 1987. Most of those that gathered there were total strangers who had never met or talked to another deafened person, yet they found themselves wonderfully comfortable with one another. There was an unspoken feeling of understanding and patience with each other’s communication difficulties. The marvelous sense of fellowship lasted and led to more social gatherings and self help support groups, which swiftly evolved into the Association of Late Deafened Adults (ALDA). Today, ALDA’s membership is international in scope. ALDA works collaboratively with other organizations around the world serving the needs of late deafened people and extends a welcome to everyone, late deafened or not, who supports our goals.

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October 2006  – The Early Days of ALDA

January 2008 – The Care and Feeding of a Local Chapter

March 2010 – Association of Late-Deafened Convention Sept 2010

Association of Late-Deafened Convention Sept 2010

March 2010

Are you frustrated due to adult onset hearing loss?  Discouraged?  Isolated?  Are you curious about technology that might be helpful to you?  Do you feel like you will never be able to enjoy a group activity again?  Then come to ALDAcon 2010! It will change your life! This year the Association of Late-Deafened Adults (ALDA) will meet from September 1st through 5th in gorgeous Colorado Springs, Colorado.  The convention will be held at the Antlers Hilton, within sight of Pikes Peak and just one block from downtown Colorado Springs.  The hotel has an indoor pool, complimentary Internet access, coffee makers in each room and a complimentary daily newspaper. Full Story