Children Programs



Free to all families and their children

Families with children identified who are hearing impaired, deaf, hard of hearing, deafblind, or have hearing concerns - all ages are welcome!

Family Story Time
“The Snowy Day” by Ezra Jack Keats

follow-up story, songs, finger plays, and a craft.
Interpreter for the story is available 


Saturday, Jan. 26, from 2:00 - 3:00



Brentwood Middle School Theater invites you and your family to "Inside Out Atlas"

Welcome to The Meantime! You aren't where you are and you're not where you're going.


The Tennessee School for the Blind, The TN Deaf Blind Project and Family Voices of TN will host the next Sibshop. Like previous groups, Sibshops are open to typically –developing brothers and sisters, ages 8-13, of children with special needs. 

We'll feature a combination of fun, information, surprises, discussion, and more fun for everyone who attends.  You can pay the $5 registration fee on Saturday, when you arrive at the Sibshop, but phone registration is a must!!  Call Tonya at 615-905-6643, to let her know if you're planning to attend. .We need to know how much food to buy!


FREE of charge!

This event is for middle and high school aged deaf and hard of hearing children.

Door opens at 9:30AM.

Interpreters provided.

Snacks will be provided.  


We will have Parents’ Night Performance by Deaf Children with drum beats and ASL  The location will be at Hudson Hall Door H, and we will have fellowship and sweets afterwards!

You don't want to miss this show! The story of God, Noah, his family, the Ark, animals and His promise. The campers have worked very hard! We visited the Ark Encounter. Wait til you see our ARK!!! Please support these children!

Everyone is welcome to come!!!

Please check out our Facebook Live Streaming if possible!



Tellers-in-Residence Series:

A 45-minute special Children's performance.

Peter will also give a 1-hour performance at 2 PM, for adults.