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Provides speech and language services and auditory training for children in Anderson County. Hearing impaired students are mainstreamed into regular classrooms or CDC classrooms
Offering American Sign Language education and information whether baby or parent, young or old, student or educator, typical or special, resource or APEX, individual or business...
Learn the basics of conversational-level American Sign Language, the manual alphabet, finger spelling and deaf culture.
LRE education for all hearing impaired and deaf PS-12 grade students. For those who prefer a residential setting, contract arrangements and transport to TSD is available.
Public school system
Serves students who are hearing impaired and between the ages of three and twenty-two.
Audiometric screening and threshold testing, Amplification equipment available for use in school programs, Impedance Audiometry, Hearing aid maintenance program, Transportation provided for those C
Special education services including instruction and consultation for students with disabilities.
Established in June, 1998, the University of Tennessee Center on Deafness (COD) provides an array of programs for research, training, and outreach services that are related to deafness and disability
Chattanooga State Community College offers support services for students with a variety of disabilities who are seeking one year certificates or two-year associate degrees.
3 years - 21 years, Special Education program, psychological assessments, related services including therapy (PT, OT, SLT, vision, behavioral), assistive technology, information about IDEA and Section
Arrangements for note takers and interpreters assistance in securing special materials, equipment and adaptive aids, and other specialized accommodations to meet the student's individual needs.
Mainstreamed program for hearing impaired students (with interpreters as needed).
Provides: (1) certified interpreters, (2) walk-in client assistance (sign-to-voice telephone relay, assistance with forms/applications), (3) advocacy, (4) job counseling/placement assistance, (5) info
The deaf education program serves children with hearing impairments age 3 to twelfth grade. Students are served by an itinerant deaf educator.
Injury Lawyer News believes strongly in helping students achieve their goals of higher education, especially when they are faced with challenges such as physical and learning disabilities.
The purpose of the ETRRC is to provide a systematic way to assess and respond to local education agencies (LEAs) and related service agencies who need to improve programs for children with disabilitie
Provides professional services in the areas of speech, language, and hearing for individuals of all ages while educating graduate students.
See Tennessee Technology Access Project under Statewide Services for description.
We offer a spectrum of services for all children with special needs ages 3-21.