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A national organization of families and professionals committed to education, empowering and supporting parents and families to create opportunities for their children who are deaf and hard of hear
Formerly known as VSA TN, Borderless Arts Tennessee is a statewide organization committed to inclusive and accessible arts programs for people with disabilities to enhance educational curriculum, e
In-Person and Virtual Options!
June 2021, July 12-16, July 19-23
Provides interpreter services, technical assistance and is a clearinghouse of resources as well as referral services, workshops and in-service trainings to and for Deaf and Hard of Hearing and hear
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.
American Sign Language Classes
TTY available for telephone reference use. In-library TTY use available to the public.
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.
TTY available for call-in reference questions only.
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, d
Mainstreamed program for hearing impaired students (with interpreters as needed).
Disability Rights Tennessee (DRT) provides free legal and advocacy services in an effort to protect the rights of Tennesseans with disabilities.
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.
Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) is a federal and state-funded program providing services to help individuals with disabilities enter or return to employment.
EARS is a 501(c)(3) non profit organization.
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 w
Camp Catch Them Young is a two-week, youth leadership and cultural immersion program for Deaf and Hard of Hearing high school students of color (grades 9-12).
Full continuum of services available for Deaf and hearing impaired students ages 3-21, Total Communication philosophy, Full-time educational audiologist as well as a full range of other support s
Captioned Telephone, or CapTel, service allows for a natural conversation flow — you speak directly to the other party and then listen while reading captions of what's said to you.
Regular meetings held at 2:00pm the third Sunday during (Sept.-Dec and Jan.-May). Social activities each August and December.
Hearing Technologies offers professional service beginning with a full site survey to help determine how the Hearing Loop can best address your specific needs.
Provides free access to distance communication technologies to people with significant combined hearing and vision loss who meet federal income guidelines.
Provides accessible theater performances for Deaf and Hard of Hearing children and youth.
We provide Nationally Certified American Sign Language Interpreters (both on-site and by way of VRI), as well as remote CART. We have two Certified Mental Health Interpreters.
A statewide information resource center regarding all aspects of hearing loss, deafness and deaf-blindness.
Complete diagnostic audiological services, hearing aids selections and fittings, sales of special signaling devices, telephone amplifiers, TTYs, etc., for people who are deaf or hard-of-hearing.
Public School System
Marty's Center is a specialized and intensive language-based program that provides services to children with hearing-impairments and speech/language impairments in a comprehensive inclusive program
Provides a full range of special education services to all children 3-21 years of age who reside in McMinn County.
TTY available for loan to the public.
MCRC is a retirement and community center in the planning and organizational stages. It's primary target population will be seniors who are deaf, deaf-blind or hard of hearing
About: We are a group of Jesus followers dedicated to living the truth of the gospel. We welcome all people who seek to the do the will of the Father.
The National Association of Interpreters in Education, NAIE, is an organization of interpreters who provide services to support the communication needs of students in educational settings.
The NCSA supports a community of cuers who have come together to promote language accessibility through Cued Speech. Some of us are native cuers.
Habilitative services including physical therapy, occupational therapy, assistive technology assessment and communication therapy available for persons with hearing impairments, cerebral palsy,
Tai Chi (seated): Mondays at 1:00 PM, starting March 16.
Walk the Mall: Wednesdays at 1:00 PM, starting March 16.
Yoga in ASL (seated): Fridays at 1:00 PM, starting March 16.
Interpreting is provided for the church services. On Sundays Bible Study is at 9:00 A.M., Worship at 10:00 A.M., and Evening service at 6:00 P.M.
The Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf, Inc.
Provides rehabilitation services for eligible people experiencing Deaf-Blindness in Tennessee.