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The Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (A.G.
A national organization of families and professionals committed to education, empowering and supporting parents and families to create opportunities for their children who are deaf and hard of hear
ASL Coffee Chat is a chance for anyone who enjoys American Sign Language to get together, chat, practice, meet new friends, and learn new signs.
ALDA is one part self-help, one part social, and one part outreach and advocacy for late deafened adults.
Meetings: First Saturday of each month at St. Joseph Hospital, 210 Jackson Avenue, Memphis, TN 38105; Time: 6:00p.m. All are welcome to join in meetings and activities.
Informal socializing with members of the Deaf community. Meets every 4th Friday from 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m., at the Starbucks located at 6161 Poplar Avenue in Memphis.
A Center for Independent Living providing information and referral, peer support, advocacy, skills training, transition services, employment readiness, benefits counseling, ADA consultations, and B
A non-profit 501(c)(3) organization working to enhance the potential of infants and young children with disabilities by offering support to their families and the early intervention professionals w
Regular meetings held at 2:00pm the third Sunday during (Sept.-Dec and Jan.-May). Social activities each August and December.
Meetings are held the second Thursday of every month from 7 p.m. - 9 p.m. at the Hearing and Speech Foundation, 1652 East Broadway Avenue, Maryville, TN 37804.
~~~ People Helping People ~~~ We are a friendly group of people with mild to profound hearing loss who meet once a month for fellowship and to share information. We would love to meet you!
Provides accessible theater performances for Deaf and Hard of Hearing children and youth.
Monthly meeting and social activities for deaf persons age 50 and over. Meets every third Thursday of the month beginning at 10:00a.m. at Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Hermitage.
Mid Tennessee Deaf Campout is an independent organization that serves Middle TN and surrounding areas. Events include holiday parties, sporting events, and more!
This is a group of Middle Tennessee State University deaf/hard-of-hearing/ASL students/interpreters and MTSU alumnus.
Meetings are scheduled on the third Saturday of every month at Bridges. Pot-Luck lunch @ 12:00 noon with meeting beginning @ 2:00 P.M.
Meetings: First Saturday of each month at Bridges for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. Time: 10:30 AM - 2:00 PM, starting January, 1, 2019. No meetings during the month of June, July and August.
NAOBI is the National Alliance of Black Interpreters. It is an organization comprised of African American/Black Sign Language Interpreters.
A national non-profit consumer organization, established in 1982, whose mission is to promote the leadership development, economic and educational opportunities, social equality, and to safeguard t
The NCSA supports a community of cuers who have come together to promote language accessibility through Cued Speech. Some of us are native cuers.
NETRID meets monthly at ETSU Disability Services, 3rd floor of the Culp Center.
Project 22 is a Social Club hosted by The Arc of Cumberland Valley, a Chapter of The Arc of Tennessee. We are a
The Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf, Inc.
We are a 501(c)3, non-profit organization dedicated to teaching sign language to children and the community in order to create a world where Deaf children can live freely and without barriers.
Informal socializing between Deaf, Hard of Hearing, and hearing people. Meets the 2nd Friday of each month at different shopping mall food courts in the greater Memphis area.
Social gatherings for Deaf, Hard of Hearing, Hearing and students. We rotate among 3 malls in the greater Nashville area, always in the food court and always at 6pm the 1st Tues.
Offering a wide variety of literature & videos/DVDs for deaf ministry, workshops, training, a Deaf Bible institute, ASL Institute (workshop), and a free newspaper-The Silent Word.
The Tennessee Association of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists is a professional society composed of clinicians, scientists, educators of the deaf and others who share a common interest
The Tennessee Association of the Deaf is an organization whose primary objectives are to (1) promote the educational, economic and social welfare of deaf and hard of hearing people and (2) to prote
Meetings are held the 2nd Saturday of each month from 12:00p.m. - 4:00p.m.
Meetings: Third Saturday of every month at KACCD Community Center, October and December: 6:00p.m.). NOTE: September-December meetings are Covered Dish affairs.
Members of the Tennessee Deaf Golfers Association hold their annual meeting in February and hold a golf outing monthly from March through November; a special meeting may follow if needed.
Consumer organization of Deaf-Blind individuals and their families and professionals.
This corporation is a non-profit, beneficial society of deaf-blind persons, with or without other disabilities, and their families or significant others, and other concerned individuals, organized
Affiliate chapter of the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf, Inc. with subchapters in the Chattanooga, Knoxville, Memphis, Nashville, and Northeast (Johnson City) Tennessee areas. T.R.I.D.
The Association keeps in close touch with their alma mater to lend every effort possible to the growth and welfare of the school.
Meet every 3rd Saturday of every month (except June, July and August.
The Link, a nonprofit Christian agency, strives to empower Deaf teens and young adults to transition from surviving and coping to living the abundant life accessible to them.
1) Teach lipreading skills & communication strategy for better comprehension of speech; 2) assist in dealing with hearing loss; 3) present coping skills; and 4) conduct workshops and in-house s