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Our Presenter, De Linda Brite, will provide this training for individuals with both vision and hearing loss who would like to understand what SSP (Support Services Provider) service is and how to use an SSP properly. This is also for individuals who have utilized an SSP in the past but would like to refresh their knowledge! It's Free for anyone to attend!

Register by Wednesday, November 6, 2019. Trainings are conducted in American sign Language. Please contact Mike Helms to request accommodations. See flyer attached for more information about the presenter, De Linda Brite and to register.

This workshop is sponsored by: Tennessee Relay and TODB.

CEUs is provided. 

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• Event Open to ALL CHILDREN in costume.
• Parents must accompany their kiddos at all times.
• Hearing kids will have an opportunity to learn some Halloween ASL for trick or treating!
• Adults are invited to decorate their cars and hand out candy with their children.

These are socially-distanced events.

Please see attachment for COVID-19 Safety Rules

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This is the 5th reunion for the TSD Class of 1942.  On Thursday, June 26th there will be tours of the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame, morning or afternoon.  On Friday night, a 2-hr Tennessee Riverboat cruise complete with prizes and dinner will board at 6:30 pm and return at 9:00 pm. On Saturday, there will be both morning and afternoon tours of the TSD campus.  Then Saturday night, there will be a banquet dinner at the Knoxville Marriott at 6:00 pm.  See contacts listed for questions and/or more information.

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TURKEY TUESDAY!
Let’s kick off the holiday PFCA style! Join us for a pre-Thanksgiving mini celebration. Partnership Deaf Services will be providing “drive through” bag lunches for anyone that would like to drop by: 
5600 Brainerd Road
Tuesday, November 17th
11:30am to 1:30pm

Please RSVP to Pam Smith:

VP: 423-602-2457 or 
psmith@partnershipfca.com
by November 11th

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9th Annual WellFEST is the only annual health and wellness exposition in the Nashville area that is fully accessible to individuals with any level of hearing loss. This free event will feature health screenings, informational booths, and other programming to help you live your best life!

WellFEST offers a variety of educational presentations and health screenings, all fully accessible to those with different levels of hearing loss through interpreters, loop systems, communication access real-time translation (CART) and other assistive technology.  In addition, the scope of this year’s event has expanded with new focus on legal issues, such as creating wills, advance directives, and powers of attorney (durable, medical, general), as well as situational awareness emergency preparedness.

Parking:  Free parking is available across from the old Nashville Sounds parking lot on Chestnut Street. A free shuttle will be provided.  There is no parking available at Bridges or the parking lot (formerly church building) next door.

Food Truck:  Bring money for lunch. The food truck will serve lunch from 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM.

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CALLING ALL LADIES!  THIS SHOULD BE A FUN NIGHT.  WE HAVE SOME GREAT PRIZES.  PLEASE RSVP TO TARA BY MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17TH.  

A night for us ladies! Fun and Fellowship! Birth Control Methods and Women's Reproductive Health. Special dinner and prizes! Let us pamper you while you learn about free birth control.