Only VIRTUAL classes at this time
United States

Learn basic sign language vocabulary, ASL grammar, and Deaf culture while meeting new people and having fun! Through our 8-week, virtual, American Sign Language course, you'll learn the building blocks of ASL from a certified ASL interpreter. 


Sign Language Studios, LLC was established in 2022 to increase resources for the interpreting community. Our goal is to provide workshops, mentorships, consulting and other opportunities to improve the skills and integrity for professionals in this field. By doing this, we can ensure the community is better equipped with quality access and services for the Deaf, DeafBlind and Hard of Hearing communities.

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Organization Contact Name
Amy Lankheit
615-967-9736 (Voice, Text)


Family Voices of TN PEARS
955 Woodland Street
Nashville, TN 37206
United States

Family Voices of TN PEARS is a statewide program that directly supports families and their children who are D/deaf or hard of hearing by connecting them with a Parent Guide and providing the opportunity to connect with a D/deaf or Hard of Hearing Guide.  FVTN PEARS provides individualized information, resources, & support from parents who have lived experience raising a child who is D/deaf or hard of hearing.  FVTN PEARS is contracted by the TN Department of Health Newborn Hearing Screening Program to provide family support to families who have newly diagnosed children who are D/deaf or


Online Store
Morristown, TN 37814
United States

SURDI is a one-stop source for American Sign Language resources, alarms, amplified telephones, signalers, vibrating clocks, and more.


The Deaf Camp
7777 Concord Road
Brentwood, TN 37027
United States

The Deaf Camp is a 7-week day camp for Deaf and hard of hearing children, their siblings, and children with Deaf parents. This immersive camp experience provides full language access and empowers students, regardless of their hearing ability, to improve their communication skills through learning ASL, problem solving, and team building, all while having fun!

For more information on enrollment or employment opportunity, please visit our website

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Gallaudet University
800 Florida Ave.NE
Washington, DC 20002
United States

Our Summer Youth Camps are designed for middle and high school students up to the age of 19. Our programs provide stimulating summer learning and experiential opportunities that blend excitement, education, and enjoyment in a bilingual environment rich in cultural diversity and located just minutes away from the U.S. Capitol.

Bison Brainiacs:  Designed for deaf and hard of hearing students entering Grades 10-12 who want to explore the world of science and technology. There is no registration fee for this camp!


United States

The American School for the Deaf is opeing the first online education platform designed specifically for deaf and hard of hearing students everywhere. It is a specialized education designed for them. For some that may mean the Online Acadmey may be their main source of education. For other students, it might supplement their public or private schooling. The program supports each student with a tailored curriculum and individual support for IEP-specific goals. The students are supported by highly qualified staff and teachers. 


United States

Have you ever wanted to get to know others your age who also are deaf or hard of hearing? The Leadership Experience and Adventure Program (LEAP) offers this opportunity virtually for high school teens to connect with other teens who are deaf or hard of hearing! There are activities that not only allow you to engage with other teens but help you become more self-aware and focus on leadership, life and work skills. You will learn to navigate virtual technology and participate in a variety of fun activities to improve your technical skills.


EARS is a 501(c)(3) non profit organization. Our mission is to provide emergency preparedness training, appropriate early warning equipment, and the coordination of emergency services for the benefit of persons who are Deaf, Hard of Hearing, and Deaf-Blind. 

     Programming and community engagement are at the core of our strategy. We invest heavily in supporting the development of integrated solutions and delivering reliable tools to those who need them most.

     The "EARS Consortium" is comprised of interested individuals, organizations, and agencies interested in promoting the mission of EARS. The Consortium provides the mechanism for collaboration and partnership between deaf, hard of hearing, and deaf-blind consumers and emergency responders in conjunction with the mission and goals of EARS.

​The Consortium works to:

  • Bring community members and emergency responders together to learn from one another
  • Identify educational opportunities for consumers and emergency responders
  • Pool resources for achieving a common goal
  • Plan and conduct workshops (in collaboration with the Program Committee)
  • Collaboratively identify funding opportunities that can be useful to the EARS programs and mission
  • Help recruit volunteers to actively serve on EARS committees and in leadership positions.

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P.O. Box 330702
Nashville, TN 37203-7541
United States


525 Royal Parkway, No. 293063
Nashville, TN 37229
United States

CREEC is a nonprofit membership organization whose goal is to ensure that everyone can fully and independently participate in our nation’s civic life without discrimination based on race, gender, disability, religion, national origin, age, sexual orientation, or gender identity. As our name suggests, CREEC promotes our mission through education — member input, instructional materials and presentations, outreach, advocacy, humor, collaboration, and animated YouTube videos — and enforcement, that is, investigating and filing impact and class action lawsuits on a broad array of civil rights issue