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3401 West End Avenue, Suite 460 West
Nashville, TN 37203
United States

Tennessee Deaf-Blind Project (TNDB) is a federally funded program that provides families, educators, and other professionals with information and training to help improve outcomes for individuals, from birth through age 21, who have a combined hearing and vision loss. Anyone can refer an individual to TNDB.

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2030 Overhill Drive
Nashville, TN 37215
United States

Interpreting service for the deaf by R.I.D. certified interpreter.

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240 Great Circle Road, Suite 333
Nashville, TN 37228
United States

The S.I.L.C. is an independent leadership not-for-profit organization that represents cross disability, consumer control, choice and empowerment. The Council is a governor appointed body comprised of Tennesseans with diverse disabilities from throughout the state. The S.I.L.C.

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8630 Fenton Street-Suite 604
Silver Spring, MD 20910
United States

TDI (also known as Telecommunications for the Deaf, Inc.) was established in 1968 originally to promote further distribution of TTYs in the deaf community and to publish an annual national directory of TTY numbers. Today, it is an active national advocacy organization focusing its energies and resources to address equal access issues in telecommunications and media for four constituencies in deafness and hearing loss, specifically people who are deaf, hard-of-hearing, late-deafened, or deaf-blind.

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Nashville, TN
United States

Provides hearing aids, batteries, and limited assistive listening devices to qualified hard-of-hearing persons. Services available upon a referral by local health department or department of education. See Tennessee Children's Special Services website for more information.

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P O Box 331307
Nashville, TN 37203
United States

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 in the field of Human Communication. The association is affiliated with the American Speech, Language and Hearing Association (ASHA) and is recognized by the Executive Council of ASHA as the official organization representing speech pathology and audiology in the State of Tennessee.

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2725 Island Home Boulevard
Knoxville, TN 37920
United States

Pre-School through Grade twelve educational/residential program for deaf and hard of hearing children, ages 3-22. Referrals accepted from local school systems only.

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PO Box 293385
Nashville, TN 37229
United States

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 protect the citizenship rights and privileges of deaf and hard of hearing people. The association consists of six local chapters that conduct activities which include social events and monthly meetings. The Deaf Tennessean is the official newsletter of the Association and is published quarterly.

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TN
United States

The Association keeps in close touch with their alma mater to lend every effort possible to the growth and welfare of the school. The association sponsors reunions and a newsletter, the TSDAA Newsletter.

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400 Deaderick Street, 10th Floor
Nashville, TN 37243
United States

The Committee is appointed by the Commissioner of the Department of Human Services. The chairman of the TCEPD is Greg Morrell of Bristol, Tennessee. The committee conducts educational programs regarding the Americans with Disabilities Act and other concerns of people with disabilities.