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DeafConnect and MTRID present Dr. Robert Baldwin, Ph.D., a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who has been professionally trained in mindfulness based stress reduction. Dr. Baldwin works at the Memphis VA Medical Center and also has a private practice.

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BAHAMAS CRUISE FOR DEAFBLIND, DEAF, FAMILES AND FRIENDS FOR FIVE DAYS AND FOUR NIGHTS OF FUN
AND ADVENTURE. DEPART MIAMI, FLORIDA ON MAY 18, 2015. RETURN MIAMI, FLORIDA ON MAY 22, 2015.

Cruise ROYAL CARIBBEAN – MAJESTY OF THE SEAS with excursions to Nassau, CocoCay, Key West and Miami.
The Bahamas have so much  to offer. Explore the underwater world, swim and snorkel in the warm waters.
Explore the private island - Cococay, sunbathe and have fun with you friends.

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Registration is required.

Lodging is limited.
Reserve you spot today!
$25.00 per family of five. 

Saturday events include: parent workshop and childcare; afternoon family activities and socializing with others from across the state.   Breakfast, lunch and dinner are included on Saturday and Continental breakfast provided on Sunday.

Event  is held at the TSD Knoxville campus
2725 Island Home Blvd, Knoxville, TN 37920

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WORKSHOP INFO
Participants will be presented with a historical narrative on audism and oppression within the larger context of society. Other topics covered will be Deaf culture, societal privilege, social justice, exploring personal views/biases, discovering common language biases, interpreting roles in and out of an educational setting, ally roles and audism. Participants will be guided through the four levels in Ally development.EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

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A Deaf/Hard of Hearing Expo will be held on June 19, 2014 at the Brainerd United Methodist Church, 4315 Brainerd Rd, Chattanooga TN from
1:00 - 6:00 pm.  Sponsored by Signal Centers of Tennessee, Assistive Technology Services, the event will include speakers and exhibitors of assistive technology from all over the nation and state, as well as organizations/associations that provide services to the deaf and/or hard of hearing. The event is free and open to the public.

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Happening at Henry Horton State Park from 9:00 AM until dark, Barbeque, potato salad, potato chips, baked beans, soft drink and bottled water will be served.  Ten prizes of $20 each will be given.  Admission is $8.00/adults and $5.00/child.

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This institute is geared to people who are interpreting in Tennessee public schools, grades K - 12.  

Schedule
The Institute will begin at 2:00 pm on Monday and continue through noon Thursday.  There will be evening sessions on both Monday and Tuesday.  Participants who elect to stay in the cottages at TSD may check in on Monday between 10:00 am and 2:00 pm.

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TITLE: “Music in ASL- How to JAM it” PRESENTER: Steve Dye CEU’s: .3 available (compliments of VCI) PRICE: FREE Workshop compliments of Visual Communication Interpreting . PRE-registration required for FREE registration. Cost at the door on the day of event is $10/person. Visual Communication Interpreting (VCI) is pleased to provide this FREE Sign Language Interpreter workshop to area sign language interpreters.