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Summer camp resources for people with disabilities in Tennessee. Summer Camps are broken into the three regions of the state: East, Middle, and West Tennessee.
Disability advocacy and law information in Tennessee including national resources.
Links to organizations that provide art & recreational programs for people with disabilities.
Organization and programs that provide assistive technology.
Disability Etiquette and people-first language resources.
Emergency Preparedness Resources for individuals with disabilities and their families.
Education related links for people with disabilities and families.
Employment resources and links for people with disabilties.
Healthcare resources include behavioral resources, dental care, end of life care, reproductive health and sexuality education, home health care, policy and advocacy resources, women's health care resources and general health care resources.
Housing resources for people and families with disabilities.
The family information headquarters at the Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt. Well-trained, understanding staff work closely with families and health care professionals to provide information to help families understand a child’s medical condition and about community agencies and support programs.
Mental health resources, programs and organizations.
Religion and Spirituality resources for people with disabilities, faith communities, and faith leaders.
Includes resources regarding caregivers, parents, and sibling support.
Resources relevant to transportation services for people with disabilities.
Services and resources from the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center.
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The Tennessee Disability Pathfinder is a free, statewide, information and referral service for persons with disabilities, family members, service providers, and advocates.
Tennessee Disability Pathfinder © Tennesee Disability Pathfinder is a joint project of the Tennessee Council on Developmental Disabilities and the Vanderbilt Kennedy University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities.