Social Activities

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FREE ADMISSION / OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11TH:  7PM - 10PM

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12TH:  9AM - 5PM, Exhibition, Workshops & Entertainment

CALL FOR SPEAKERS:
Theme: Theme: Interpreting, Deaf Culture, Sign Language, Business
Proposal Deadline:  August 9, 2019

**Limited slot of presentations based on a first-come, first served basis**

All presenters are responsible for all expenses of attending and presenting at DeafNation Day Conference.

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Last Silent Dinner of the year! Come join us: students, Deaf, friends and families!!

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The Tennessee Performing Arts Center will offer American Sign Language and Open Captioning for Hamilton in Andrew Jackson Hall.  

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FAMILY LEARNING DAY

Parent Program, Children's Recreation, Child Care, SibShop (7 - 13 years of age)

"The 4 E's of Raising a Deaf or Hard of Hearing Child: Expose, Educate, Embrace, and Elevate"

8:30 Registration

9:00 Keynote Speaker: Stacy Abrams, Gallaudet University
11:30 Lunch & Panel of Deaf Adults
1:30 Departure

Cost: Each person pays $5.00 with a maximum of $20.00 per family. Pay on site. Scholarships are available.

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Members, friends and families are invited to our annual indoor picnic!   

Location:  CBIH (Center for Business, Industry & Health building) located off the West Entrance road to the campus - Chattanooga State Community College

Parking: From Amnicola Hwy, drive in at ChattState's WEST entrance, take the first left side road, drive down under the building to the parking garage and come up the elevator to the 1st floor. Exit the elevator to the right and come to the end of the hall.

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This is a free event for all families with children of any age who have any degree of hearing loss, adults who are deaf or hard of hearing, and professionals who support us. We'll have hotdogs, chips, cookies, fun for the kids, and a great time visiting with one another!  Feel free to bring your own lawn chair or blanket.

RSVP to Melanie Lindsay at Melanie_l@tndisability.org

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SPEAKER: Mike Helms, Vice President, Adult Education and Outreach for Bridges for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing in Nashville. He is the father of two wonderful girls.    

TOPIC: “Know Your Child” Making decisions for your deaf and hard of hearing child can be difficult. This topic focuses on encouraging parents through that process.

Friday, May 31:  5-9 pm: Registration and Social

Saturday, June 1:  8am-7:30 pm: Meals, Keynote Speaker, Breakout Sessions, Vendors, and Recreation time

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The 4 E's of Raising a Deaf or Hard of Hearing Child: Expose, Educate, Embrace, and Elevate

Families will learn about different concepts and how they tie into how families can elevate their deaf or hard of hearing child’s language.