Who Is ALDA? We are the Association of Late Deafened Adults (ALDA) — a nonprofit organization with
the general objectives of providing Education, Advocacy, Role models, and Support (or EARS) for people with acquired deafness. ALDA, Inc. has a strong record of significant accomplishments — both nationally & by local chapters — in empowering deafened people & improving accessibility.
The Boulder Silent Outdoor Group offers various
deaf-friendly activities for people of all ages,
in great locations all around Boulder County.
For Summer of 2019, ALDA-Boulder introduces Small-Group Camping Trips at great Colorado campgrounds. Space is limited — save your spot now! (see below)
All outdoor adventures are designed for easy communication. We choose places that are family-friendly with a variety of things to do. We provide free healthy snacks!
We are not alone. But sometimes it feels that way. Almost 20% of Americans, or
48 million people, have hearing loss. We are the largest disability group in the U.S. Yet it can be hard to find each other & to get what we need to live well.
Use our CONTACT page to sign up for email or mailed notifications
Go to www.alda.org
for information about membership & our annual conference
ALDA-Boulder offers a variety of social & recreational events for people with hearing loss.
ALDA-Boulder is the first Association of Late Deafened Adults group in Colorado, chartered in 2012. We serve people of Boulder County — people with any degree
of deafness, our families & friends, & anyone who interacts with deafened people.
See CONTACT page to request the latest issue
Use the CONTACT page to join the BSOG mailing list or to suggest an activity.
Check out our OUTDOORS page to see schedules & event descriptions.
Our goals are healthy outdoor activities & conversations with interesting people.
ALDA is about communication and acceptance of every deafened individual.
Connecting Deafened People
in Boulder County & Beyond
ALDA-Boulder • Association of Late Deafened Adults • Boulder, Colorado
We welcome deafened, Deaf, & hard of hearing people; individuals, family, &
friends. We welcome sign language users, lip-readers, folks who do neither, or whatever. Hearing people are welcome too. ALDA's motto is "Whatever Works!"
Deafened people guide others in understanding hearing loss & deafness issues.
ALDA informs people about the nature of acquired deafness & how we adapt.