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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 thedeafcamp.com

Contact thedeafcamp@brentwoodbaptist.com with any questions

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Cumberland Valley ARC, Inc.
730 Belvedere Dr.
Gallatin, TN 37066
United States

Project 22 is a Social Club hosted by The Arc of Cumberland Valley, a Chapter of The Arc of Tennessee. We are a meet up group for individuals with disabilities to come, interact, and learn with others. We encourage building relationships and life skills through social interaction, group and solo work, and by having fun! Contact for information about providing interpreted accommodations. Meet Ups Bi-Monthly Second and Fourth Saturday 3:00 - 5:30 Location The Community Room or The Hangar Located at the Hendersonville Church of Christ 107 Rockland Rd, Hendersonville, TN 37075

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Starbucks Coffee
2034 N Highland Avenue
Jackson, TN 38305
United States

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. It doesn't matter if ASL is your first language or you only know a few signs. The event is about tri-monthly. The date may be varies. Visit FaceBook for the schedule.

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United States

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. This program provides Deaf teens and young adults with the opportunity to restore the missing foundational and fundamental skills necessary for healthy living. This will be accomplished through interagency collaboration and circle of support networks with a multi-component model of real life experiences.

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Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf
333 Commerce Street
Alexandria, VA 22314
United States

The Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf, Inc. (RID), a national membership organization, plays a leading role in advocating for excellence in the delivery of interpretation and transliteration services between people who use sign language and people who use spoken language.

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National Cued Speech Association
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Suite 190-713
Washington, DC 20004
United States

The NCSA supports a community of cuers who have come together to promote language accessibility through Cued Speech. Some of us are native cuers. Some are parents of children who are deaf and hard of hearing (D/HH) or need visual access to language. Some are professionals who work with those who are D/HH or need visual access to language.

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P.O. Box 544
Alcoa, TN 37701-0544
United States

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 who serve them.

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Middle Tennessee State Univesity
1301 East Main Street
Murfreesboro, TN 37132
United States

This is a group of Middle Tennessee State University deaf/hard-of-hearing/ASL students/interpreters and MTSU alumnus. The mission is to interact for the purpose of learning how to accommodate and advocate for their special needs in receiving an education, sharing specific useful tips, and good news. This group is not a fraternity or sorority, but it could function as a deaf club. (It is not a non-profit organization, yet).