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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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Memphis Speech and Heaing Center
4055 Park Loop North
The University of Memphis
Memphis, TN 38152
United States

Diagnostic and (re)habilitative services for children and adults who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing. There is a fee charged for services rendered.

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4495 Leatherwood Ave
Memphis, TN 38117
United States

E-newsletters - provides information for Deaf and Hard of Hearing community events in the greater Memphis area. We have weekly social events (check our Facebook for further information); and weekly sign language classes at DeafConnect.

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United States

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. Services provided state & nationwide.

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2243 Eddie Williams Road
Johnson City, TN 37601
United States

Provides Sign Language/Oral Interpreting Services, Sign Language Classes (all levels), Public Awareness/Outreach, Advocacy, Information & Referral Services, Client Assistance, Quarterly Newsletter, and Technical Assistance. Counties served include: Claiborne, Hancock, Hawkins, Sullivan, Johnson, Grainger, Hamblen, Greene, Washington, Carter, Unicoi, Jefferson, Cocke, Sevier, Union.

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3417 Volta Place, NW
Washington, DC 20007
United States

The Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (A.G. Bell) is the world's oldest and largest membership organization promoting the use of spoken language by children and adults with hearing loss. Members include parents of children with hearing loss, adults who are deaf or hard of hearing, educators, audiologists, speech-language pathologists, physicians, and other professionals in fields related to hearing loss and deafness.