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TPAC is providing Open Captioning and American Sign Language for "War Horse," 1 p.m. matinee, Sunday, June 8. A heart-warming tale of loyalty and friendship, and winner of five Tony Awards®, "War Horse" tells the story of young Albert and his beloved horse Joey. When Joey is sold to the cavalry and shipped from England to France, he is soon caught up in enemy fire, and fate takes him on an extraordinary journey, serving on both sides before finding himself alone in no man’s land. But Albert cannot forget Joey, and, still not old enough to enlist, he embarks on a treacherous mission to find him and bring him home. Based on the beloved novel by Michael Morpurgo, this powerfully moving and imaginative drama, filled with stirring music and songs, is a show of phenomenal inventiveness that currently is playing to packed houses in London and around the world. At its heart are astonishing life-sized puppets created by South Africa’s Handspring Puppet Company that bring to life breathing, galloping, charging horses strong enough for men to ride. Recommended for audiences aged 10 and up.

To purchase tickets in the Open Captioning section that is best for viewing the LED open captioning screen, please go to http://patron.tpac.org/promo/TPACTICKET.

To purchase tickets in the American Sign Language section that is best for seeing the ASL interpreters on stage wing, please go to http://patron.tpac.org/promo/TPACSEATS.

Tickets also can be purchased via phone by calling (615) 782-4040 or the TTY line at (615) 782-6562, Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., or in person at the TPAC Box Office. When using these methods, please mention the promo code TPACTICKET for Open Captioning seats, or the promo code TPACSEATS for ASL seats.

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Theme:   Identity
Cost:   $80 (included registration fee, two dinner meals, and t-shirt)
               Early Bird Deadline on February 3rd, 2019

               $90 (included registration fee, two dinner meals, and t-shirt)
               After Early Bird Deadline on March 3rd, 2019

Hotel:
   The event attendees may begin reserving their hotel rooms immediately using the link below. To be comfortable in a hotel room, you can have up to 4 or 5 people. For those who prefer booking their hotel room by phone, you should call for the reservations at 1-866-625-2589. Make sure to use the group code, KWBC or Kirby Woods Baptist Church, when you are booking a hotel room through the phone call or using this link below. All of the reservations must be secured by April 1st, 2019. Additionally, you shall be entirely responsible for completing the payment on the cost of the hotel room separately from the cost of registration fee.

Hilton Hotel Phone Number: 1-866-625-2589
Hilton Hotel Link: http://group.embassysuites.com/KirbyWoodsBaptistChurch
Group code: KWBC or Kirby Woods Baptist Church

Guest Speaker:   Barbi Colvin and Alene White

To Register: go to their website to register at the bottom page Click Here

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2013 Tennessee Association of the Deaf Conference:  June 26-28, 2013
Theme:  “MOUNTAIN, MOUNTAIN UNITED CONTINUE CHAMP”

Deaf Tennessean Expo:  Saturday, June 29, 2013  9:00 am - 4:00 pm

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Our focus this year is on Critical Issues in Deaf Education: Transitions from secondary to post-secondary settings. Presentations include information from state agencies providing services and support for students who are deaf or hard of hearing as they transition into college or career settings.  Topics such as Self-Determination and Self-Advocacy will be included as well as where to locate and how to secure Interpreters, Transcription or Cart services, Vocational Rehabilitation and much more. Learning skills for successful transitions begin early and applies to all ages.

Registration for FLW is $25.00 for a family bringing up to five members. For additional family members please add $5.00 per person. Sign-in/Registration will be Friday afternoon, May 29, from 4:00- 8:30pm.

Please return the registration form with your registration fee by May 1, 2015. For those needing lodging, cottage availability is limited so please turn in your forms as quickly as possible.  Checks or money orders should be made payable to: PTCA ofTSD.

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Registration Deadline - May 31!  Pre-registration open through May 31; after that, we welcome your registration on-site.

Be sure to check the website frequently for Convention news as well as on Facebook and Twitter (@HLAA, @nmacklin #HLAA2016).

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

Registration:  Please complete the registration and return the form provided by November 1, 2016.

Fees: $35.00
*Scholarships available for Parents of a Deaf Child

Meals:
Continental Breakfast & Lunch are included in the registration fee.
(Vegetarian lunches and Gluten free lunches are available)

Program:                                                             
This is a State Department of Education in-service. TASL and CEO credits are pending.
7:30 - 8:30       Registration / Exhibits   & Continental  Breakfast
8:30 - 9:00       Opening Remarks: Dr. Kathleen Airhart, Deputy Commissioner /Chief Operating Officer at TN Department of Education
9:00 - 10:15     Opening  Session: "C is for  Consequence" Alison Gauld, Behavior and Low Incidence Disibilities Coordinator, Division of Special Populations & Student Support

10:15 - 10:30   Break

10:00 - 11:30   Concurrent  Session I:
"Deaf  Awareness  and Culture"  Mike Helms, Bridges
"Crossover  for  Carryover  – Collaborating  to  Utilize  Auditory Training and Speech Therapy Activities  to  Achieve  Goals"  Lynn Witt and Miranda Buck, Hamilton County Schools
"Stars  Literacy  Program  for Students  and Families"  Syndee Akers, BSW

11:30 - 12:30  Lunch

12:30 - 1:30     Concurrent  Session II: 
"Reaching  Literacy  Standards  with Strategic  Interactive Writing Instruction"  Kelli Williams, M.A., CCC-SLP, Memphis City Schools
"Running  Upstream: Creating  Strong   Objectives"  Dana Kan, M.A., NBCT
"Ideas for Managing  Behavior"  Susie Satterfield, M. Ed. TSD

1:30 - 1:45      Break

1:30 - 2:30       Concurrent Session III:
Session II Topics Repeated

Interpreter Track 9:00 - 11:30
9:00 – 9:15     Introductions
9:15 – 10:00   "Analyzing  for Meaning: Voice  to Sign"  Carol LaCava
10:00 – 10:10  Break
10:10 – 10:30  "What’s Deaf and What’s  Not"  Tina Prochaska
10:30 – 11: 15 "Analyzing  for Meaning: Sign  to Voice"  Charis Davis
11:15 – 11:30* Update  on Educational Interpreter  Licensure"  Tina Prochaska

*Licensure Q&A will continue during lunch if necessary

Parent Track 12:30 - 2:45
Deaf Mentor Program  (SKI*HI)
The  Deaf  Mentor  Program  assists  families and  agencies  in  implementing  bilingual/bicultural home-based programming for young children who are deaf. Children of hearing parents who receive the SKI-HI Model are typically exposed to an English-only approach (signed or spoken English) and to the hearing culture of the parents, family members, and parent advisor. The Deaf mentoring provides the family the choice of also using a Deaf Mentor (deaf adult) who makes regular visits to the home, interacts with the child using American Sign Language (ASL), shows family members how to use ASL, and helps the family understand and appreciate deafness and Deaf Culture. Meanwhile, the family continues to receive Parent-Infant program services. This enables the child to learn both ASL and English and to be exposed to a bicultural environment  of  both “hearing”  and  “deaf” cultures.

Presenter :Jodee S. Crace, M.A., Indiana
Audience: Families with children D/HH DB, Deaf Adults, Professionals, and community members. Participants may stay with the Parent Track rather than alternate between afternoon options.

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This is a workshop specifically designed for families with a child identified with hearing concerns of any age. Everyone in the family and close friends are welcome.

Recreational Programs / Child Care Provided: for ALL children (birth to 13 years) will engage them in exciting recreational activities and supervised by experienced staff while parents, family members, and friends attend sessions designed just for them.

SibShop: Hearing siblings (8 – 13) will attend a special activity designed just for them called SibShop. SibShop is a nationally recognized program that has been provided by TSD Outreach across the state with positive feedback from families and the children attending.

Parent Sessions: will cover a variety topics for children with hearing concerns from birth to high school. Each family attending will receive a free book, The Silent Garden, written by the opening speaker.

Cost: Families can come for free by asking for a scholarship.

Food and lodging: provided on the campus free of charge.

Attached is the Flyer, letter explaining the weekend, and registration form.

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The Bible speaks of events that will happen as the return of Jesus draws near.
Jesus himself said the time is unknown, but there will be signs. We are entering into the age of fulfillment of the last days.

Do you want to better understand end-time prophecies? Do you want to better understand what the Bible says about the signs of the last days?

The Bible & Prophecy Conference welcomes you!
Join us at the Prophecy Conference at Victory Baptist Church, in Mount Juliet on
September 20-22, 2019
We are gathering some prophecy experts from across the U.S. to share with you.

The Deaf community is welcomed and invited. ASL interpreters will be provided.
Friday 6:30pm-8pm
Saturday 8am-5pm
Sunday 8am-12pm
Our study and understanding of prophecy in the Bible always calls us to act righteously, pleasing God in the way we live (1 Tim 4:1-4).


The conference is free and no registration is required.

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ASL-English interpreters will be provided throughout the conference. 

Day 1 (Saturday 11/7) will be offered for 0.35 ASHA CEUs. Day 2 (Sunday 11/8) will be offered for 0.40 ASHA CEUs.

Purchase orders are accepted if payment is received prior to 10/21/2020.

Regular registration ends 10/21/2020

Register here.

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FULLY ACCESSIBLE using Deaf Talent with Closed Captioning!

#POL21 2021 TN Virtual State Finals will be held broadcast live on Facebook and YouTube Friday March 12, 2021 starting at 6pm CST. Emceed by nationally renowned, multi-genre writer and educator, Caroline Randall Williams, and includes dynamic performances by Nashville musician, Carly Moffa; the State Finalist Poetry Recitation Showcase; and will conclude with the Awards Ceremony and announcement of this year’s TN State Champion

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_dq-OS0cWAE