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Families,

0-5 Parent Outreach, PEARS of Family Voices, and Tennessee Hands & Voices will be at this fun, family event in Johnson City on the campus of ETSU on October 19th from 10-2. Sponsored by the Junior League of Johnson City. We will have a table there so please come see us all so we know you are there!

Flyer is attached!

We will have interpreters available as well! Thank you to Frontier Communication Center for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing!!

Please join us and spread the word!

$5 per person and they have a quiet hour from 1-2pm for those who do not like all of the noise.

We hope you can join us!

Alisa, Emily and Kodi
 

 

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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

Sunday, June 2:  8-10am: Breakfast and departure

Session Topics will include:   - Reading Support in the Home   - Writing Support in the Home   - Math Support in the Home   - Building Relationships through Play   - Approaches to Deaf Education   - Individualized Educational Plans (IEPs)   - Hearing Aids, Cochlear Implants, Hearing Levels   - Resources for Learning ASL   - After High School Options   - Vocational Rehabilitation    -Making Decisions for Your Child’s Needs

Cost: Each person is $5 with a maximum of $20 each family. This includes meals and children’s recreational activities. (Scholarships available)

Register online at: https://www.tsdeaf.org/apps/pages/parent_outreach

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Littles Language Lab - L3

Parent and Toddler Class

FREE!! Please join the fun!

Location:

Tennessee School for the Deaf – Nashville
115 Stewarts Ferry Pike
Donelson, TN 37214

615.981.5617


Please email you will attend 
Deadline - Wednesday (2.19.20)
t.duncan@tsdeaf.org

Our philosophy is that young children need language, language, language. Early parental involvement is key! We aim to empower, support, and encourage families so their children will have multiple opportunities for communication and success.

L3 is a class offered twice a month for 1-3 year old children who are deaf or hard of hearing. Parents attend classes with their child to learn how to “play” with a purpose. There is a Shared Reading facilitator, Teacher of the Deaf and a SLP/Teacher in each class. Children are given opportunities to learn and use American Sign Language (ASL) and develop spoken language, all while following curricular concepts from the TN Early Learning Development Standards (TN ELDS).
During each class, important skills such as fine motor skills, gross motor skills, social and emotional development, communication strategies, and expressive and receptive language are targeted.
For more detailed information about the Littles Language Lab, please contact Kim Baggett at k.baggett@tsdeaf.org (865.227.0555) or Caroline Gowin at c.gowin@tsdeaf.org.

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Littles Language Lab (L3)

Please join the fun!! 

Tennessee School for the Deaf – Nashville:  Phone: 615.981.5617

Please let me know if you will come by email Wednesday 11th:  t.duncan@tsdeaf.org

Our philosophy is that young children need language, language, language. Early parental involvement is key! We aim to empower, support, and encourage families so their children will have multiple opportunities for communication and success. 

L3 is a class offered twice a month for 1-3 year old children who are deaf or hard of hearing. Parents attend classes with their child to learn how to “play” with a purpose. There is Shared Reading facilitator, Teacher of the Deaf and a SLP/Teacher in each class. Children are given opportunities to learn and use American Sign Language (ASL) and develop spoken language, all while following curricular concepts from the TN Early Learning Development Standards (TN ELDS).

During each class, important skills such as fine motor skills, gross motor skills, social and emotional development, communication strategies, and expressive and receptive language are targeted.

For more detailed information about the Littles Language Lab, please contact Kim Baggett at k.baggett@tsdeaf.org (865.227.0555) or Caroline Gowin at c.gowin@tsdeaf.org.

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Dates:
• Friday, January 10, 2020
• Friday, January 24, 2020

Time:
• 9:00 – 10:30 AM

Location:
Tennessee School for the Deaf – Nashville
115 Stewarts Ferry Pike
Donelson, TN 37214

615.981.5617


Please let me know if you will come by email Wednesday 8th / 22nd - t.duncan@tsdeaf.org

Our philosophy is that young children need language, language, language. Early parental involvement is key! We aim to empower, support, and encourage families so their children will have multiple opportunities for communication and success.

L3 is a class offered twice a month for 1-3 year old children who are deaf or hard of hearing. Parents attend classes with their child to learn how to “play” with a purpose. There is Shared Reading facilitator, Teacher of the Deaf and a SLP/Teacher in each class. Children are given opportunities to learn and use American Sign Language (ASL) and develop spoken language, all while following curricular concepts from the TN Early Learning Development Standards (TN ELDS).


During each class, important skills such as fine motor skills, gross motor skills, social and emotional development, communication strategies, and expressive and receptive language are targeted.

For more detailed information about the Littles Language Lab, please contact Kim Baggett at k.baggett@tsdeaf.org (865.227.0555) or Caroline Gowin at c.gowin@tsdeaf.org.

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Littles Language Lab (L3)
Please join the fun!!


Phone: 615.981.5617


Please let me know if you will come by email Wednesday 25th
t.duncan@tsdeaf.org

Our philosophy is that young children need language, language, language. Early parental involvement is key! We aim to empower, support, and encourage families so their children will have multiple opportunities for communication and success.

L3 is a class offered twice a month for 1-3 year old children who are deaf or hard of hearing. Parents attend classes with their child to learn how to “play” with a purpose. There is Shared Reading facilitator, Teacher of the Deaf and a SLP/Teacher in each class. Children are given opportunities to learn and use American Sign Language (ASL) and develop spoken language, all while following curricular concepts from the TN Early Learning Development Standards (TN ELDS).


During each class, important skills such as fine motor skills, gross motor skills, social and emotional development, communication strategies, and expressive and receptive language are targeted.
For more detailed information about the Littles Language Lab, please contact Kim Baggett at k.baggett@tsdeaf.org (865.227.0555) or Caroline Gowin at c.gowin@tsdeaf.org.

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 Littles Language Lab - L3     

Toddler and Parent Class

FREE!!!!  Please join us for lots of fun!  Read the Flyer and below for more information.

Dates:

  • Friday, February 7, 2020
  • Friday, February 21, 2020

Times:

  • 9:00 – 10:30 AM

Location:

Tennessee School for the Deaf – Nashville

115 Stewarts Ferry Pike

Donelson, TN 37214

 

615.981.5617

 

 

Please email if you will attend:

Deadline - Wednesday (2.5.20) / (2.19.20)

t.duncan@tsdeaf.org

 

Our philosophy is that young children need language, language, language. Early parental involvement is key! We aim to empower, support, and encourage families so their children will have multiple opportunities for communication and success.

 

L3 is a class offered twice a month for 1-3 year old children who are deaf or hard of hearing. Parents attend classes with their child to learn how to “play” with a purpose. There is a Shared Reading facilitator, Teacher of the Deaf and a SLP/Teacher in each class. Children are given opportunities to learn and use American Sign Language (ASL) and develop spoken language, all while following curricular concepts from the TN Early Learning Development Standards (TN ELDS).

During each class, important skills such as fine motor skills, gross motor skills, social and emotional development, communication strategies, and expressive and receptive language are targeted.

For more detailed information about the Littles Language Lab, please contact Kim Baggett at k.baggett@tsdeaf.org (865.227.0555) or Caroline Gowin at c.gowin@tsdeaf.org.

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Please let me know if you will come by email Wednesday 22nd

t.duncan@tsdeaf.org


Our philosophy is that young children need language, language, language. Early parental involvement is key! We aim to empower, support, and encourage families so their children will have multiple opportunities for communication and success.

L3 is a class offered twice a month for 1-3 year old children who are deaf or hard of hearing. Parents attend classes with their child to learn how to “play” with a purpose. There is a Shared Reading facilitator, Teacher of the Deaf and a SLP/Teacher in each class. Children are given opportunities to learn and use American Sign Language (ASL) and develop spoken language, all while following curricular concepts from the TN Early Learning Development Standards (TN ELDS).

During each class, important skills such as fine motor skills, gross motor skills, social and emotional development, communication strategies, and expressive and receptive language are targeted.

For more detailed information about the Littles Language Lab, please contact Kim Baggett at k.baggett@tsdeaf.org (865.227.0555) or Caroline Gowin at c.gowin@tsdeaf.org.