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Holley Institute

President: Ardis J. Gardella
Address: 22151 Moross Road, Professional Building I, Suite 223
Voice: (313) 343-7583
Voice: (313) 343-7484
TTY: (313) 343-8789
Fax: (313) 343-4111
Last updated: 2011 Jun 30

Description:
The mission of the Holley Institute, a nonprofit organization founded in 1993, is to assist deaf, deaf-blind, and hard-of-hearing individuals by providing services and programs aimed at improving their quality of life. Institute volunteers screen newborn infants for hearing loss at St. John Hospital in Detroit, MI. The institute owns and operates the Holley Family Village, located in Brooklyn, MI, where it offers educational, recreational, and mental health programs for deaf, deaf-blind, and hard-of-hearing children, teens, adults, and their families. The institute also offers American Sign Language classes at some Michigan locations.

Publications:
The Holley Institute Newsletter
Frequency: published quarterly
Type: other

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TASH

Executive Director: Barb Trader
Public Information Contact : Amy Feinberg, Operations Manager
Address: 1001 Connecticut Ave., NW, Suite 235
Voice: (202) 540-9020
Fax: (202) 540-9019
Last updated: 2014 May 5

Description:
TASH is an international membership association of people with disabilities, their family members, other advocates, and professionals who work in the disability field. The association promotes the full participation of people with disabilities in integrated community settings that support the same quality of life available to people without disabilities. TASH sponsors an annual conference and topical workshops; see website for details. TASH also provides information and referral resources, renders targeted advocacy, and produces a magazine and quarterly journal.

Publications:
Research and Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities
Frequency: quarterly
Type: professional scientific journal
TASH Connections
Frequency: bimonthly
Type: news magazine

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Telecommunications for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Inc. (TDI)

Executive Director: Claude L. Stout
Public Relations Director: James D. House
Address: 8630 Fenton Street, Suite 121
Voice: (301) 563-9112
Last updated: 2014 May 1

Description:
Telecommunications for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Inc., (TDI) is a consumer advocacy organization that provides leadership in achieving equal access to telecommunications, media, and information technologies for the communication needs of 48 million Americans who are deaf and hard-of-hearing every day and during emergencies. TDI publishes the TDI World magazine and the TDI National Directory & Resource Guide, also known as the Blue Book, since 1968. In odd numbered years, TDI hosts a biennial conference where consumers, industry leaders, and government officials gather to discuss accessibility trends in technology.

Publications:
Blue Book
Frequency: annual
Type: directory
TDI eNotes
Frequency:
TDI World
Frequency: quarterly
Type: magazine

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Testing, Evaluation, and Certification Unit, Inc. (TECUnit )

President: Shellie Burrow
Public Information Contact: Michael Burrow, Office Manager
Address: 1850 South Edwards Lane
Toll-free Voice: (800) 523-0964
Fax: (435) 654-3261
Last updated: 2011 Jun 30

Description:
The Testing, Evaluation, and Certification Unit, Inc., (TECUnit) is the national certifying body for transliterators who work primarily between spoken and cued English. TECUnit administers the Cued Language Transliterator National Certification Examination and also has developed an assessment tool for use by state agencies. TECUnit also administers standardized tests designed to assess expressive and receptive cueing proficiency. Ultimately, TECUnit is responsible for establishing, maintaining, and promulgating national standards for the profession of cued language transliteration. Professional fact sheets and online publications are available.

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The Triological Society

Executive Secretary: Patrick E. Brookhouser, M.D.
Administrator: Gail Binderup
Address: 13930 Gold Circle #103
Voice: (402) 346-5500
Fax: (402) 346-5300
Last updated: 2011 Jun 30

Description:
The Triological Society is an international honorary society of otolaryngologists/head and neck surgeons. The Society disseminates scientific information by presenting the latest basic science and clinical information at scientific meetings and through publication of its scientific journal, The Laryngoscope. The Society promotes research into the causes of and treatments for otolaryngic diseases by attracting promising physicians to scholarly otolaryngology research and supporting their development, providing financial support for the research efforts of young scientists, and promoting the highest standards in the field of otolaryngology-head and neck surgery.

Publications:
The Laryngoscope
Frequency: monthly
Type: newsmagazine
ENT Today
Frequency: monthly
Type: -- Select --

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The Voice Foundation

Chairman: Robert T. Sataloff, M.D., D.M.A.
Executive Director: Maria Russo, MM Voice
Address: 1721 Pine Street
Voice: (215) 735-7999
Fax: (215) 735-9293
Last updated: 2011 Jun 30

Description:
The Voice Foundation is the world’s oldest and leading organization dedicated to voice medicine, science, and education. This nonprofit organization is committed to funding research, sponsoring an annual international symposium, publishing professional and scientific publications and audiovisual materials, and disseminating knowledge internationally. Holds annual symposium (Care of the Professional Voice) in Philadelphia, usually the first week of June; contact the Voice Foundation for date and location.

Publications:
Journal of Voice
Frequency: quarterly
Type: journals
The Voice Foundation Newsletter
Type:

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