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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
Sunday Worship Service @ 10:45 A.M. can be interpreted if requested 24 hrs in advance. During Advent and Lent, Wednesday evening services are also interpreted.
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
Speech Pathology Section provides diagnostic and rehabilitative services for children and adults.
Serves students who are hearing impaired and between the ages of three and twenty-two.
In-Person and Virtual Options!
June 2021, July 12-16, July 19-23
Provides Sign Language/Oral Interpreting Services, Sign Language Classes (all levels), Public Awareness/Outreach, Advocacy, Information & Referral Services, Client Assistance, Quarterly New
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
TTY used for routine phone inquiries only - not available for public use in-library.
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.
East Tennessee State University is committed to the goal of integrating students with disabilities into the campus community to the fullest extent possible.
*Refer to Statewide Services: Rehabilitation Services, Administrative Office for description.
EARS is a 501(c)(3) non profit organization.
Provides professional services in the areas of speech, language, and hearing for individuals of all ages while educating graduate students.
We offer a spectrum of services for all children with special needs ages 3-21.
June 24-27, 9-2; June 28, 9-11:30. LOCATION: ETSU's Johnson City campus. GOAL: This is a camp for children with hearing loss.
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).
Public School System
Receives emergency calls for Police, Emergency Medical Services, City and Volunteer Fire Department, Sheriff, and Rescue Squad by dialing 911 (V/TTY), and dispatches all medical, fire, and resc
Educational services for D/HH students (3-21 yrs.). Hamblen Co.
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.
Teacher and interpreters for students who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing.
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.
Reference questions taking no longer than 5 minutes to answer will be taken by TTY; otherwise, patron will be called back with answer; in-library TTY use available to the public.
TTY Loans Reference Service: providing answers to questions, providing information on whether or not we own a specific book or magazine and if it is currently available.
Educational services K-12, 1 certified deaf educator, 5 teaching assistants (proficient in sign language), 1 speech pathologist (trained in Cued Speech techniques), 8 students enrolled in a conti
Public school system providing services to students with disabilities.
Serving students who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing between the ages of 3 and 21 in a variety of settings.
This phone number connects to the Reference Department of the library.
Language Link sends certified interpreters to a variety of settings in the Tri-Cities TN area for vocational, medical, educational, religious, community, and fine arts assignments.
A statewide information resource center regarding all aspects of hearing loss, deafness and deaf-blindness.
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
Comprehensive evaluation and treatment services for all ages.
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.
Classroom accommodations determined on an individual basis including note-taker services, interpreters, career and academic counseling. TTYs and closed-captioned TV/VCR units are available.
NETRID meets monthly at ETSU Disability Services, 3rd floor of the Culp Center.