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STEP TN Back to School Planning Guide

TN STEP rolled out an easy-to-use Return to School Planning Guide. This guide features specific worksheets to help families as they prepare for how their children with disabilities will receive the services and supports outlined in their IEPs. Click here to check out the webinar.

Back to School Panel with Medical Professionals

Join Cempa’s Dr. Sizemore August 6th at 6:30 PM as he participates in a virtual meeting to discuss the 2020-2021 school year with other medical professionals in our community. To get the Zoom link and submit questions for the panel, contact office@newunited.org or call the church office at 423.629.2875. Watch on Facebook Live by visiting New United Missionary Baptist Church’s page.

Chattanooga Therapeutic Recreation Services asking for your feedback!

Are you a parent or caregiver to someone with a disability in the greater Chattanooga area? If so, tune in to the Chattanooga Therapeutic Recreation Services virtual event on August 10th! They would like to know your feedback, needs, and ideas for therapeutic recreation services moving forward! More information on this event can be found in the events calendar!

Tennessee Respite Coalition’s Mini Grant!

Download Application! It's short. Print it, fill it out, and mail it in. Caregivers can use it to purchase equipment or subscriptions or other items that can help enhance their quality of life and have a break from caregiving. Examples include magazine or movie channel subscriptions, experiences, board games, tablets for accessing online support, home exercise equipment, items for crafts and hobbies, etc. Applicants are encouraged to be creative with what would give them the most effective break and tailor their requests accordingly. You'll need to list the items you'll purchase and their costs.

The Chattanooga Autism Center is a parent and advocate driven 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides lifespan support and services for people with Autism Spectrum Disorders and for their families. The center also serves as an advocacy resource and builds awareness about autism in our region.

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Chattanooga Autism Center

1400 McCallie Avenue, Suite 100

Chattanooga, TN 37404

(423) 531-6961 (option 2)

Fax: (423) 521-8094