Conferences

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Meet Us in St. Louis
You’re invited to join us for our 30th annual Convention in St. Louis! It’s a big year for HLAA as we turn 35 this November and kick-off a year of commemorative activities, including a special banquet in St. Louis. Stay tuned for details!

Call for Papers
Look for information about the Call for Papers to be posted here and in the e-News in September. The deadline for workshop proposals is Friday, December 5, 2014.

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Conference Theme:  "Walk with the Deaf Roots." 

Hotel Reservations:  Call (423) 881-3297 (Please tell them it is for the TAD Convention when you make the reservation

Convention Combo Ticket Cost:

By August 31st:  $60-Regular;  $54-Senior Citizen
At the door:  $75-Regular; $67.50-Senior Citizen

Conference Chairperson:  Mariena Terry

TAD Conference Schedule:

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NAD Ed Advocacy Workshop open to Teachers, Parents, Interpreters, Administrators, Advocates/Allies (10 contact hours = 1 Professional Learning Unit Credit) (RID CEUs – pending) June 30, 2014 – 8:30 am to 4:00 pm & July 1, 2014 – 8:30 am to 12:45 pm. Cost: $60.00

Presenters:
Bobbie Jo Kite, MA – Laurent Clerc National Deaf Education Center
Heidi Burns, MA – Laurent Clerc National Deaf Education Center
Tawny Holmes, Esq., MA – National Association of the Deaf
Caroline Jackson, Esq., MA – National Association of the Deaf

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This event will offer you the opportunity to meet people from Deaf-Blind communities all over the world. We are anticipating attendees from several countries as well as international vendors. You won't want to miss your chance to attend the international deaf-blind expo and experience all the things we will have to offer:

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SERID 2014 “Refueling Our Consumers” will be an exciting opportunity for professionals involved in the Deaf, Hard of Hearing and Deaf Blind profession to convene for an outstanding learning opportunity.  We have an exciting agenda in the works, along with excellent keynote speakers, and entertainment planned in order to Renew our conference attendees. Areas of training interest are primarily focused on Rehabilitation, Education, Advocacy, Mental Health Counseling, Interpreting, Technology, Social Security, and other Community Based programs.

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It's that time of the year--Come to the HLAA National Convention 2014 and mHLAA Convention 2014eet other people with hearing loss and attend communication-accessible workshops and sessions:

Over forty communication-accessible workshops and demonstrations on topics such as employment, advocacy, hearing aids, cochlear implants, assistive technology, and relationships. There are also dynamic and interactive workshops for leaders of HLAA Chapters and State Associations;