Events | 9/2/2015 - 9/1/2016

Wed 9/2/2015

Volunteer Advocacy Project 2015, Fall

City: Nashville
County: Davidson
Location: Vanderbilt Kennedy Center, 110 Magnolia Circle and Via Video Conference
Time(s): 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM CT
Calendar: Other Agency Events/Webinars

A training program for individuals who are willing to become advocates for families as they navigate their way through the process of special education.

The purpose of this project is to train volunteer advocates to provide instrumental and effective support to parents of children with disabilities. In this training, participants will learn more about special education law and advocacy strategies. Each volunteer advocate is expected to work with at least four families after completing the training.

Fall 2015 training for new participants will be held Wednesday evenings, September 2nd – November 18th from 5 – 8 pm CST.

The training will last 12-weeks and will be conducted in-person at Vanderbilt University and webcast to other sites across the state, including Memphis, Knoxville, and Chattanooga.  Additional distance sites will require at least 3 participants.

Participants must commit to attending all sessions and advocating for four families after completing the training.

There will also be a $30 registration fee for materials.

Registration information will be posted as soon as it is available.  For more information, contact Maria Mello at Maria.Mello@Vanderbilt.edu

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Thu 9/3/2015

The Next STEP: IEP Planning and Instructionally Appropriate IEP's Workshop

City: Greeneville
County: Greene
Location: STEP, Inc. Offices, 712 Professional Plaza
Time(s): 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM ET
Calendar: STEP Workshops - East TN


Thu 9/3/2015

State Rehabilitation Council’s (SRC) Quarterly Meeting

City: Memphis
County: Shelby
Location: Holiday Inn Hotel - University of Memphis, 3700 Central Avenue
Time(s): 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM CT
Calendar: Other Agency Events/Webinars

The State Rehabilitation Council’s (SRC) next meeting is scheduled for Thursday, September 3, 2015 in Memphis.  Families are welcome to attend the meeting and share public comments concerning their experiences with Vocational Rehabilitation Services.  

For families that cannot attend but want their concerns with Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) heard, please email your comments and/or concerns to Derek.Flake@tnstep.org.   These emails will be forward to the council chairperson and the VR Liaison Samuel Cole to be read at the meeting and presented to upper leadership of VR. 

The purpose of the meeting will be to review the Division of Rehabilitation Services’ responsibilities under Title I, relating to the extent, eligibility and effectiveness of services in accordance with the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 as amended by the Rehabilitation Act Amendments of 1998.


Fri 9/4/2015

Taking the Mystery Out of Transition Workshop

City: Memphis
County: Shelby
Location: The ARC Mid-South, 3485 Poplar Avenue, Suite 210
Time(s): 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM CT
Calendar: STEP Workshops - West TN


Wed 9/9/2015

Volunteer Advocacy Project 2015, Fall

City: Nashville
County: Davidson
Location: Vanderbilt Kennedy Center, 110 Magnolia Circle and Via Video Conference
Time(s): 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM CT
Calendar: Other Agency Events/Webinars

A training program for individuals who are willing to become advocates for families as they navigate their way through the process of special education.

The purpose of this project is to train volunteer advocates to provide instrumental and effective support to parents of children with disabilities. In this training, participants will learn more about special education law and advocacy strategies. Each volunteer advocate is expected to work with at least four families after completing the training.

Fall 2015 training for new participants will be held Wednesday evenings, September 2nd – November 18th from 5 – 8 pm CST.

The training will last 12-weeks and will be conducted in-person at Vanderbilt University and webcast to other sites across the state, including Memphis, Knoxville, and Chattanooga.  Additional distance sites will require at least 3 participants.

Participants must commit to attending all sessions and advocating for four families after completing the training.

There will also be a $30 registration fee for materials.

Registration information will be posted as soon as it is available.  For more information, contact Maria Mello at Maria.Mello@Vanderbilt.edu

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Thu 9/10/2015

Understanding Accommodations & Modifications Workshop

City: Bartlett
County: Shelby
Location: Faith Christian Academy, 9114 Davies Plantation Road
Time(s): 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM CT
Calendar: STEP Workshops - West TN


Thu 9/10/2015

Summer Transition Webinar Series: “Work with Providers to Get What You Need”

Time(s): 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM ET
Calendar: Other Agency Events/Webinars

Join PEAK's Shift Transition Project and attend a series of webinars focused on transition strategies for youth with disabilities and families! You can sign up to attend each webinar or just the one(s) that interest you the most. Please note, you must register for each individual webinar you want to participate in.  

Space is limited, so register online right away for each webinar you want to attend. After you register, you will receive a confirmation email with instructions for how to access each webinar.

Summer Transition Webinar Series:

Thursday, September 10, 2015, 6 - 7 p.m. (MDT) / 8 - 9 PM (ET) 

“Work with Providers to Get What You Need”

With Guest Presenter, TBA


Sat 9/12/2015

Special Education Basic Rights Condensed Workshop

City: Nashville
County: Davidson
Location: Bridges, 935 Edgehill Avenue
Time(s): 11:00 AM - 1:30 PM CT
Calendar: STEP Workshops - Middle TN


Sun 9/13/2015

Latino Memphis' Domingo Comunitario 13 de Septiembre

City: Memphis
County: Shelby
Location: Christian Brothers University, Buckman Hall, 650 E. Pkwy. S.
Time(s): 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM CT
Calendar: Other Agency Events/Webinars


Mon 9/14/2015

Memphis Family Coalition Meeting

City: Memphis
County: Shelby
Location: Triumph Bank, 5699 Poplar Avenue
Time(s): 5:45 PM - 7:15 PM CT
Calendar: Other Agency Events/Webinars

Please RSVP your attendance to cguiden@tharctn.org


Mon 9/14/2015

Discussion of Health Insurance for Autism in Tennessee

City: Blountville
County: Sullivan
Location: Northeast State Community College, Room L106, 2425 TN Hwy. 75
Time(s): 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM ET
Calendar: Other Agency Events/Webinars


Tue 9/15/2015

Discussion of Health Insurance for Autism in Tennessee

City: Chattanooga
County: Hamilton
Location: Siskin Children's Institute, 1101 Carter Street
Time(s): 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM ET
Calendar: Other Agency Events/Webinars


Tue 9/15/2015

Communication, Negotiation and Conflict Resolution Workshop

City: Bartlett
County: Shelby
Location: Faith Christian Academy, 9114 Davies Plantation Road
Time(s): 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM CT
Calendar: STEP Workshops - West TN


Wed 9/16/2015

Discussion of Health Insurance for Autism in Tennessee

City: Knoxville
County: Knox
Location: Disability Resource Center, 900 East Hill Avenue, Suite 205
Time(s): 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM ET
Calendar: Other Agency Events/Webinars


Wed 9/16/2015

Volunteer Advocacy Project 2015, Fall

City: Nashville
County: Davidson
Location: Vanderbilt Kennedy Center, 110 Magnolia Circle and Via Video Conference
Time(s): 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM CT
Calendar: Other Agency Events/Webinars

A training program for individuals who are willing to become advocates for families as they navigate their way through the process of special education.

The purpose of this project is to train volunteer advocates to provide instrumental and effective support to parents of children with disabilities. In this training, participants will learn more about special education law and advocacy strategies. Each volunteer advocate is expected to work with at least four families after completing the training.

Fall 2015 training for new participants will be held Wednesday evenings, September 2nd – November 18th from 5 – 8 pm CST.

The training will last 12-weeks and will be conducted in-person at Vanderbilt University and webcast to other sites across the state, including Memphis, Knoxville, and Chattanooga.  Additional distance sites will require at least 3 participants.

Participants must commit to attending all sessions and advocating for four families after completing the training.

There will also be a $30 registration fee for materials.

Registration information will be posted as soon as it is available.  For more information, contact Maria Mello at Maria.Mello@Vanderbilt.edu

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Thu 9/17/2015

Special Education Basic Rights Workshop

City: Chattanooga
County: Hamilton
Location: LifeLife, Inc., 1400 McCallie Avenue, Suite 112
Time(s): 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM ET
Calendar: STEP Workshops - East TN


Thu 9/17/2015

Plan to Achieve Self-Support

City: Memphis
County: Shelby
Location: Workforce Investment Network, American Job Center, 480 Beale Street
Time(s): 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM CT
Calendar: Other Agency Events/Webinars


Mon 9/21/2015 - Tue 9/22/2015

Summer Institute 2015: TN Deaf-Blind Project

City: Franklin
County: Williamson
Location: Drury Plaza Hotel, 1874 West McEwen Drive
Time(s): 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM CT
Calendar: Other Agency Events/Webinars

Click here for registration form


Wed 9/23/2015

Promoting Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health through Reflective Practice and Reflective Supervision

City: Memphis
County: Shelby
Location: Community Foundation of Greater Memphis, 1900 Union Ave.
Time(s): 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM CT
Calendar: Other Agency Events/Webinars

InfantmentalhealthsUMMER 2015.pdf

Wed 9/23/2015

Volunteer Advocacy Project 2015, Fall

City: Nashville
County: Davidson
Location: Vanderbilt Kennedy Center, 110 Magnolia Circle and Via Video Conference
Time(s): 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM CT
Calendar: Other Agency Events/Webinars

A training program for individuals who are willing to become advocates for families as they navigate their way through the process of special education.

The purpose of this project is to train volunteer advocates to provide instrumental and effective support to parents of children with disabilities. In this training, participants will learn more about special education law and advocacy strategies. Each volunteer advocate is expected to work with at least four families after completing the training.

Fall 2015 training for new participants will be held Wednesday evenings, September 2nd – November 18th from 5 – 8 pm CST.

The training will last 12-weeks and will be conducted in-person at Vanderbilt University and webcast to other sites across the state, including Memphis, Knoxville, and Chattanooga.  Additional distance sites will require at least 3 participants.

Participants must commit to attending all sessions and advocating for four families after completing the training.

There will also be a $30 registration fee for materials.

Registration information will be posted as soon as it is available.  For more information, contact Maria Mello at Maria.Mello@Vanderbilt.edu

Click here for flyer


Wed 9/23/2015

STEP at LeBonheur MDA Clinic (Muscular Dystrophy Clinic)

City: Memphis
County: Shelby
Location: LeBonheur Hospital, Neurology Waiting Room/ Clinic, 848 Adams Street, L400
Time(s): 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM CT
Calendar: STEP Workshops - West TN

A STEP representative will be on site in the Neurology Clinic the 4th Wednesday of each month from 8:30 am to noon to answer questions about their child's IEP and Special Education.   For more information contact Martha Lopez at 901-726-4334.

Wed 9/30/2015

Volunteer Advocacy Project 2015, Fall

City: Nashville
County: Davidson
Location: Vanderbilt Kennedy Center, 110 Magnolia Circle and Via Video Conference
Time(s): 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM CT
Calendar: Other Agency Events/Webinars

A training program for individuals who are willing to become advocates for families as they navigate their way through the process of special education.

The purpose of this project is to train volunteer advocates to provide instrumental and effective support to parents of children with disabilities. In this training, participants will learn more about special education law and advocacy strategies. Each volunteer advocate is expected to work with at least four families after completing the training.

Fall 2015 training for new participants will be held Wednesday evenings, September 2nd – November 18th from 5 – 8 pm CST.

The training will last 12-weeks and will be conducted in-person at Vanderbilt University and webcast to other sites across the state, including Memphis, Knoxville, and Chattanooga.  Additional distance sites will require at least 3 participants.

Participants must commit to attending all sessions and advocating for four families after completing the training.

There will also be a $30 registration fee for materials.

Registration information will be posted as soon as it is available.  For more information, contact Maria Mello at Maria.Mello@Vanderbilt.edu

Click here for flyer


Fri 10/2/2015

Understanding and Using Evaluations Workshop

City: Memphis
County: Shelby
Location: The ARC Mid-South, 3485 Poplar Avenue, Suite 210
Time(s): 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM CT
Calendar: STEP Workshops - West TN


Mon 10/5/2015 - Fri 10/9/2015

Self-Advocacy Leadership Academy

City: Nashville
County: Davidson

Calendar: Other Agency Events/Webinars

New federal rules have been developed that will affect the ways that day and residential services are provided. It will be important to know how these new rules will affect community programs for people with disabilities in Tennessee and Kentucky. 

The goal of this year’s Self-Advocacy Leadership Academy is to train self-advocates about Home- and Community-Based Waiver Services, and the importance of advocating for better and more inclusive community options. 

Training will include: 

  • Understanding the new federal rules around day and residential services

  • Understanding what it means to be a fully participating member of the community

  • Understanding the importance of making choices

  • Understanding your rights to privacy, dignity and respect

  • Understanding your options for how and where you will spend your

    days and nights

  • Understanding advocacy skills, such as leading a meeting and giving testimony

The Self-Advocacy Leadership Academy is a shared project of the Autistic Self Advocacy Network, the Tennessee Council on Developmental Disabilities and the Commonwealth Council on Developmental Disabilities in Kentucky, with additional funding by the Mitsubishi Electric America Foundation 

The Academy will cover all lodging and travel expenses for participants. 

The application is attached. Application deadline is June 30th. 

For more information, please contact Ned Andrew Solomon at ned.solomon@tn.gov or call 615-532-6556.

Self-Advocacy Leadership Academy 2015 Application


Wed 10/7/2015

Volunteer Advocacy Project 2015, Fall

City: Nashville
County: Davidson
Location: Vanderbilt Kennedy Center, 110 Magnolia Circle and Via Video Conference
Time(s): 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM CT
Calendar: Other Agency Events/Webinars

A training program for individuals who are willing to become advocates for families as they navigate their way through the process of special education.

The purpose of this project is to train volunteer advocates to provide instrumental and effective support to parents of children with disabilities. In this training, participants will learn more about special education law and advocacy strategies. Each volunteer advocate is expected to work with at least four families after completing the training.

Fall 2015 training for new participants will be held Wednesday evenings, September 2nd – November 18th from 5 – 8 pm CST.

The training will last 12-weeks and will be conducted in-person at Vanderbilt University and webcast to other sites across the state, including Memphis, Knoxville, and Chattanooga.  Additional distance sites will require at least 3 participants.

Participants must commit to attending all sessions and advocating for four families after completing the training.

There will also be a $30 registration fee for materials.

Registration information will be posted as soon as it is available.  For more information, contact Maria Mello at Maria.Mello@Vanderbilt.edu

Click here for flyer


Fri 10/9/2015

Early Childhood Transitions Workshop

City: Nashville
County: Davidson
Location: First Steps, Inc., 1900 Graybar Lane
Time(s): 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM CT
Calendar: STEP Workshops - Middle TN


Wed 10/14/2015

Volunteer Advocacy Project 2015, Fall

City: Nashville
County: Davidson
Location: Vanderbilt Kennedy Center, 110 Magnolia Circle and Via Video Conference
Time(s): 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM CT
Calendar: Other Agency Events/Webinars

A training program for individuals who are willing to become advocates for families as they navigate their way through the process of special education.

The purpose of this project is to train volunteer advocates to provide instrumental and effective support to parents of children with disabilities. In this training, participants will learn more about special education law and advocacy strategies. Each volunteer advocate is expected to work with at least four families after completing the training.

Fall 2015 training for new participants will be held Wednesday evenings, September 2nd – November 18th from 5 – 8 pm CST.

The training will last 12-weeks and will be conducted in-person at Vanderbilt University and webcast to other sites across the state, including Memphis, Knoxville, and Chattanooga.  Additional distance sites will require at least 3 participants.

Participants must commit to attending all sessions and advocating for four families after completing the training.

There will also be a $30 registration fee for materials.

Registration information will be posted as soon as it is available.  For more information, contact Maria Mello at Maria.Mello@Vanderbilt.edu

Click here for flyer


Wed 10/21/2015

Volunteer Advocacy Project 2015, Fall

City: Nashville
County: Davidson
Location: Vanderbilt Kennedy Center, 110 Magnolia Circle and Via Video Conference
Time(s): 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM CT
Calendar: Other Agency Events/Webinars

A training program for individuals who are willing to become advocates for families as they navigate their way through the process of special education.

The purpose of this project is to train volunteer advocates to provide instrumental and effective support to parents of children with disabilities. In this training, participants will learn more about special education law and advocacy strategies. Each volunteer advocate is expected to work with at least four families after completing the training.

Fall 2015 training for new participants will be held Wednesday evenings, September 2nd – November 18th from 5 – 8 pm CST.

The training will last 12-weeks and will be conducted in-person at Vanderbilt University and webcast to other sites across the state, including Memphis, Knoxville, and Chattanooga.  Additional distance sites will require at least 3 participants.

Participants must commit to attending all sessions and advocating for four families after completing the training.

There will also be a $30 registration fee for materials.

Registration information will be posted as soon as it is available.  For more information, contact Maria Mello at Maria.Mello@Vanderbilt.edu

Click here for flyer


Thu 10/22/2015 - Fri 10/23/2015

TAG Annual Conference - Ready, Set, Grow!

City: Memphis
County: Shelby
Location: Hilton Memphis, 939 Ridge Lake Blvd.

Calendar: Other Agency Events/Webinars


Sat 10/24/2015

The Next Step: IEP Planning and Instructionally Appropriate IEP's Workshop

City: Dickson
County: Dickson
Location: Developmental Services of Dickson County, 115 Luther Road
Time(s): 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM CT
Calendar: STEP Workshops - Middle TN


Wed 10/28/2015

Volunteer Advocacy Project 2015, Fall

City: Nashville
County: Davidson
Location: Vanderbilt Kennedy Center, 110 Magnolia Circle and Via Video Conference
Time(s): 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM CT
Calendar: Other Agency Events/Webinars

A training program for individuals who are willing to become advocates for families as they navigate their way through the process of special education.

The purpose of this project is to train volunteer advocates to provide instrumental and effective support to parents of children with disabilities. In this training, participants will learn more about special education law and advocacy strategies. Each volunteer advocate is expected to work with at least four families after completing the training.

Fall 2015 training for new participants will be held Wednesday evenings, September 2nd – November 18th from 5 – 8 pm CST.

The training will last 12-weeks and will be conducted in-person at Vanderbilt University and webcast to other sites across the state, including Memphis, Knoxville, and Chattanooga.  Additional distance sites will require at least 3 participants.

Participants must commit to attending all sessions and advocating for four families after completing the training.

There will also be a $30 registration fee for materials.

Registration information will be posted as soon as it is available.  For more information, contact Maria Mello at Maria.Mello@Vanderbilt.edu

Click here for flyer


Wed 10/28/2015

STEP at LeBonheur MDA Clinic (Muscular Dystrophy Clinic)

City: Memphis
County: Shelby
Location: LeBonheur Hospital, Neurology Waiting Room/ Clinic, 848 Adams Street, L400
Time(s): 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM CT
Calendar: STEP Workshops - West TN

A STEP representative will be on site in the Neurology Clinic the 4th Wednesday of each month from 8:30 am to noon to answer questions about their child's IEP and Special Education.   For more information contact Martha Lopez at 901-726-4334.

Wed 11/4/2015

Volunteer Advocacy Project 2015, Fall

City: Nashville
County: Davidson
Location: Vanderbilt Kennedy Center, 110 Magnolia Circle and Via Video Conference
Time(s): 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM CT
Calendar: Other Agency Events/Webinars

A training program for individuals who are willing to become advocates for families as they navigate their way through the process of special education.

The purpose of this project is to train volunteer advocates to provide instrumental and effective support to parents of children with disabilities. In this training, participants will learn more about special education law and advocacy strategies. Each volunteer advocate is expected to work with at least four families after completing the training.

Fall 2015 training for new participants will be held Wednesday evenings, September 2nd – November 18th from 5 – 8 pm CST.

The training will last 12-weeks and will be conducted in-person at Vanderbilt University and webcast to other sites across the state, including Memphis, Knoxville, and Chattanooga.  Additional distance sites will require at least 3 participants.

Participants must commit to attending all sessions and advocating for four families after completing the training.

There will also be a $30 registration fee for materials.

Registration information will be posted as soon as it is available.  For more information, contact Maria Mello at Maria.Mello@Vanderbilt.edu

Click here for flyer


Fri 11/6/2015

Communication, Negotiation & Conflict Resolution Workshop

City: Memphis
County: Shelby
Location: The ARC Mid-South, 3485 Poplar Avenue, Suite 210
Time(s): 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM CT
Calendar: STEP Workshops - West TN


Wed 11/11/2015

Volunteer Advocacy Project 2015, Fall

City: Nashville
County: Davidson
Location: Vanderbilt Kennedy Center, 110 Magnolia Circle and Via Video Conference
Time(s): 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM CT
Calendar: Other Agency Events/Webinars

A training program for individuals who are willing to become advocates for families as they navigate their way through the process of special education.

The purpose of this project is to train volunteer advocates to provide instrumental and effective support to parents of children with disabilities. In this training, participants will learn more about special education law and advocacy strategies. Each volunteer advocate is expected to work with at least four families after completing the training.

Fall 2015 training for new participants will be held Wednesday evenings, September 2nd – November 18th from 5 – 8 pm CST.

The training will last 12-weeks and will be conducted in-person at Vanderbilt University and webcast to other sites across the state, including Memphis, Knoxville, and Chattanooga.  Additional distance sites will require at least 3 participants.

Participants must commit to attending all sessions and advocating for four families after completing the training.

There will also be a $30 registration fee for materials.

Registration information will be posted as soon as it is available.  For more information, contact Maria Mello at Maria.Mello@Vanderbilt.edu

Click here for flyer


Wed 11/18/2015

Volunteer Advocacy Project 2015, Fall

City: Nashville
County: Davidson
Location: Vanderbilt Kennedy Center, 110 Magnolia Circle and Via Video Conference
Time(s): 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM CT
Calendar: Other Agency Events/Webinars

A training program for individuals who are willing to become advocates for families as they navigate their way through the process of special education.

The purpose of this project is to train volunteer advocates to provide instrumental and effective support to parents of children with disabilities. In this training, participants will learn more about special education law and advocacy strategies. Each volunteer advocate is expected to work with at least four families after completing the training.

Fall 2015 training for new participants will be held Wednesday evenings, September 2nd – November 18th from 5 – 8 pm CST.

The training will last 12-weeks and will be conducted in-person at Vanderbilt University and webcast to other sites across the state, including Memphis, Knoxville, and Chattanooga.  Additional distance sites will require at least 3 participants.

Participants must commit to attending all sessions and advocating for four families after completing the training.

There will also be a $30 registration fee for materials.

Registration information will be posted as soon as it is available.  For more information, contact Maria Mello at Maria.Mello@Vanderbilt.edu

Click here for flyer


Sat 11/21/2015

Taking the Mystery Out of Transition Workshop

City: Dickson
County: Dickson
Location: Developmental Services of Dickson County, 115 Luther Road
Time(s): 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM CT
Calendar: STEP Workshops - Middle TN


Wed 11/25/2015

STEP at LeBonheur MDA Clinic (Muscular Dystrophy Clinic)

City: Memphis
County: Shelby
Location: LeBonheur Hospital, Neurology Waiting Room/ Clinic, 848 Adams Street, L400
Time(s): 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM CT
Calendar: STEP Workshops - West TN

A STEP representative will be on site in the Neurology Clinic the 4th Wednesday of each month from 8:30 am to noon to answer questions about their child's IEP and Special Education.   For more information contact Martha Lopez at 901-726-4334.

Fri 12/4/2015

Inclusion & Least Restrictive Environment Workshop

City: Memphis
County: Shelby
Location: The ARC Mid-South, 3485 Poplar Avenue, Suite 210
Time(s): 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM CT
Calendar: STEP Workshops - West TN


Sat 12/12/2015

Early Childhood Transitions Workshop

City: Dickson
County: Dickson
Location: Developmental Services of Dickson County, 115 Luther Road
Time(s): 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM CT
Calendar: STEP Workshops - Middle TN


Wed 12/23/2015

STEP at LeBonheur MDA Clinic (Muscular Dystrophy Clinic)

City: Memphis
County: Shelby
Location: LeBonheur Hospital, Neurology Waiting Room/ Clinic, 848 Adams Street, L400
Time(s): 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM CT
Calendar: STEP Workshops - West TN

A STEP representative will be on site in the Neurology Clinic the 4th Wednesday of each month from 8:30 am to noon to answer questions about their child's IEP and Special Education.   For more information contact Martha Lopez at 901-726-4334.

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