You are invited to attend the Hearing Loss Association of America Kentucky Chapters Conference which will be held on September 11-12, 2015 at the Louisville Marriott Downtown, 280 West Jefferson Street. Our two-day educational program is presented by our membership and our partner the Kentucky Commission on the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, to bring better living through information and support in the areas of technology, treatment, and coping skills. The workshops and exhibits will greatly benefit people with hearing loss who seek greater accessibility in all areas of their lives along with their families, friends, and the professionals who work with them. For the sponsorships we received to make this event possible, we are most grateful.

Attending the conference will benefit the lives of proactive people with hearing loss who seek ways to eliminate obstacles so as to more effectively pursue their individual goals. Please join us as we look forward to sharing this world of resources with you!

For current information on the conference visit our website;



See website for more details on registration, hotels, and call for papers!


4th Annual Troy University’s ASL/ITP Club AIM {Alabama Interpreting Metamorphosis} Conference

Performance and workship by Windell "Wink" Smith, Jr., Dr. Byron Bridges, Paula Browning and many more... CEUs pending. 


The Association of Late Deafened Adults (ALDA) will host its 31st annual conference (better known as ALDAcon) from October 23-27, 2019 at the Marriott Kansas City Overland Park.

As an homage to the beloved “Wizard of Oz”, the theme of this year’s conference is “There’s No Place Like Home”.   We all look forward to this opportunity to come “home”, to see our friends who are also considered family, to stay up late chatting, learning and enjoying each other!   


This year’s ALDA Convention theme is your Passport to Accessibility! Invite your family and friends to this year’s Convention in Niagara Falls, New York. Engage in workshops designed for the deaf/Deaf, hard of hearing and hearing family and allies. Explore the wonders of Niagara Falls on both the United States and Canadian side. Be certain to have the new driver’s license requirements if flying and/or your passport to join us and/or to explore both the United States and Canadian side of the beautiful Niagara Falls.


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The theme of  the Association of Late-Deafened Adults annual international conference (ALDAcon) is "Inspiration on the Waterfront"!

Call for Papers:  Deadline - April 1, 2014

Registration is now open!  Click HERE to register for the conference online! Early bird registration deadline is May 31, 2014.

Hotel Reservations:  Norfolk Waterside Marriott


The Association of Late-Deafened Adults (ALDA) will host its 27th annual international convention (better known as ALDAcon) at the beautiful Hilton Scottsdale Resort & Villas set in the shadow of the majestic Camelback Mountains.

Scottsdale offers a wide variety of things to do and see; something for everyone. So save the date September 16-20, 2015 and beginning in January 2015, reserve your room early for the fabulous rate of $109 per night + tax at

See you in Scottsdale, Arizona in September 2015 for another memorable ALDAcon!

ALDAcon 2015 Registration Form

Hotel Reservation - Hilton Scottsdale Resort & Villas

I King Jordan Award Nomination 2015 Form (Submit by July 1, 2015)

2015 Sponsor/Exhibit Packet (See attachment)

2015 Convention Sponsors

Call For Proposals information (Deadline - May 15)  (see attachment)

Travel Information


It’s time to start planning for the 2015 ASDC Annual Conference being held June 25-28, 2015 at the Indiana School for the Deaf.  The Conference theme is "Connecting The Dots:  Child  Family  Community." Conference updates will be available on the ASDC monthly email blast, the ASDC website, or the 2015 Conference Website,  Download the ASDC – 2015 Conference Flyer For more information visit or contact Conference Chair Deb Skjeveland at


THEME:  Take the Sign-Seeing Route

This year, ASDC is putting on a family conference like no other! Instead of holding to the traditional format of two full days of speakers, we are doing something different. We will get together for short presentations in the morning, and then your whole family will head off for a fun-filled afternoon field trip, accompanied by a Deaf ASL role model. Choose from a variety of “sight/sign-seeing” field trip destinations – transportation is provided! See the schedule below for details or register here.

Check the weblink below for information on the Schedule,  Speakers, Registration, Hotel, Activities and Field Trips!