Formerly the League for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing and the EAR Foundation
Read this really cool article about Apple products and some of their Deaf friendly features. Read Article.
Bridges would like to thank Michelle Hall, our photographer for this years event! She did a marvelous job, just take a look yourself. Signs of the Times Pics.
On Saturday night, May 4th, the 80s flashed back and bustin a move with Bridges was the place to be, if you didn’t want to be a square. Held at the W.O. Smith Music School, Bridges’s 6th Annual Signs of the Times event brought back neon colors, leg warmers, parachute pants, reallly big hair, and Members Only jackets all to help raise money to support Bridges’s programs and services for the Deaf and hard of hearing community. It was a totally radical night with the 80s band, Max Headroom, bringing the music back in pure 80s style, as guests danced and had a awesome time.
We would like to thank our Event Sponsors:
Regions, Rogers Group, Bridgestone, Bridgestone Americas Trust Fund, Baptist Healing Trust, Cochlear Americas, Dorothy Cate and Thomas Frist Foundation, Franklin Synergy Bank, LBMC Healthcare Services, Sorenson,
Peabody Corner/Peabody Marketplace, Epica Wine, Comas Montgomery Realty & Auction Co., Lightning 100, Lipman Brothers, Nashville Scene, Whisper Creek Sipping Cream, W.O. Smith Music School, Yazoo Brewing Co.
The Rehabilitation Act, as amended, requires public hearings to be conducted on the proposed state plans for the Division of Rehabilitation Services (DRS). Dear_Colleague_Letter_2013.pdf
The Rehabilitation Act, as amended, requires public hearings to be conducted on the proposed Title VII State Plan for Independent Living Amendment (SPIL). The 2013 public hearings by the Division of Rehabilitation Services (DRS) and Statewide Independent Living Council (SILC). IL_Dear_Colleague_Letter_2013.pdf