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The Center for Independent Living (CIL) is a consumer-controlled, non-residential program to enable people with significant disabilities to develop and achieve their individual visions of independent
Chattanooga State Community College offers support services for students with a variety of disabilities who are seeking one year certificates or two-year associate degrees.
General information about City programs as applicable to persons with disabilities; investigate complaints about accessibility to City programs or services and provide reasonable accommodations for ci
The Disability Resource Center is a non-profit organization run for and BY people with disabilities.
Three regional offices to serve all Tennesseans with disabilities, but all requests for services must go through the Advocacy Assistance Unit (AAU) by calling 1-800-342-1660.
East Tennessee State University is committed to the goal of integrating students with disabilities into the campus community to the fullest extent possible.
Our mission is to build better Tennessee communities by providing diverse cultural visual/performing arts, education, and quality speechlanguage- hearing services to underserved, under-represented, un
Nashville State Community College (NSCC) offers numerous degrees and services for Deaf and hard of hearing students in the Middle Tennessee region.
Classroom accommodations determined on an individual basis including note-taker services, interpreters, career and academic counseling. TTYs and closed-captioned TV/VCR units are available.
The ODS assists students with documented disabilities by determining their eligibility for services and then working with students to determine reasonable accommodations and services which will, in tu
Signal Centers’ AT Center provides assistive technology that modifies items in the home and workplace for individuals with disabilities to gain and maintain self-sufficiency.
The S.I.L.C. is an independent leadership not-for-profit organization that represents cross disability, consumer control, choice and empowerment.
The Committee is appointed by the Commissioner of the Department of Human Services. The chairman of the TCEPD is Greg Morrell of Bristol, Tennessee.
Established by law in 1978, TCDHH is charged to advocate for the Deaf, Hard of Hearing, and Deaf-Blind, gather relating statistics, be a bureau of information, encourage the development and coordinati
The Tennessee Council on Developmental Disabilities is an independent office in state government funded through the federal Developmental Disabilities Act.
The Coalition is a statewide membership alliance of organizations committed to influencing society to value, include and support people with disabilities.
The purpose of Disability Information & Referral Resources is to connect individuals with disabilities, their families, caregivers, and service providers to appropriate community resources and to
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