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The topics we will be discussing are: What you need to know about captioned phones: land, mobile and via computer.

An opportunity to learn about the SKI*HI Deaf Mentor Program at the 2016 Statewide Workshop for Teachers, Parents, and Other Professionals Serving Children who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing.

Who Should Attend?  Teachers, parents and other professionals working with deaf and hard of hearing students.

The language differences in American Sign Language and spoken English require that interpreters employ various expansion and compression techniques to achieve message equivalency.  Expansion techni

This workshop will address the very heart of interpreting: Meaning. How do we manage the finer shades of meaning, address subtleties found in language and express the unspoken?

Chattanooga State Community College Veteran’s Support Center and the Theatre Department have partnered with The Telling Project, a national performing arts non-profit that employs theater to deepen

Join us for KCTAD's "Welcome Back" Cook Out on September 17th! Come down to KCD and watch the UT vs Ohio game on the SEC Network with us. We will have cornhole boards set up and ready to play.

Bursting with imagination, this exuberant whistle-stop tour through Verne is a trip worth making.

In a world of the “Supermom” and a shattering glass ceiling, this feminist play considers the conflicts that come with the pursuit of success and the desire to “have it all.” Open captioning availa

The tradition continues – anew!

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