Looking for a place to connect with other homeschooling families? Check out this list!
Catoosa Homeschool Co-op Ringoold, GA www.homeschoolchc.com/
What options are available for an adult who needs supported living? Are there options from which to choose? This is a list of supported living options of which we are aware in the Chattanooga area.
If you would like to find additional supported living options supported through the Department of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Waiver, please go to the Tennessee DIDD website and click on Provider Directory.
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Kauffman’s Children Center has created a list of multiple grant and scholarship options are available for families affected by special needs. Some are diagnosis specific. Some are age specific or state specific.
Congratulations to Amanda Alexander! Amanda will be awarded the 2015 Angels In Adoption awardee for outstanding advocacy in adoption issues. It has been a privilege to walk alongside Bryan and Amanda through the last several years as they have advocated for Anna as well as many other children. Congratulations, Amanda!
Chickamauga, Georgia – August 24, 2015 – Senator David Perdue has selected Mrs. Amanda Smith Alexander as a 2015 Angels in Adoption™ awardee for her outstanding advocacy of adoption issues. The Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute (CCAI), which orchestrates the Angels in Adoption™ Program, will honor Mrs. Alexander at an awards ceremony on October 6 and gala on October 7 in Washington, D.C.
Amanda Alexander, originally from Fort Payne, Alabama, and husband, Bryan, adopted a little girl from Russia in 2008. Anna‘s diagnoses include severe RAD and FAS. Amanda has sought out therapies and treatments all over the country for Anna, while raising their biological daughters, Sara and Lucy. Amanda is also Stepmother to twin boys, Tyler and Tanner.
Amanda, who is originally from Fort Payne, AL, is a graduate of both the University of Alabama and Freed-Hardeman University, retired early from her career with Tennessee Valley Authority to be a full time advocate for Anna.
Booking of Special Education Basic Rights Workshop (November 30, 2015)
Special Education Basic Rights Workshop
Booking of Ladies Christmas Dinner (December 12, 2015)
Ladies! Mark Your Calendars!
LifeLine ladies will be joining with the ladies of SHBC for Christmas Dinner. Join us for a time of food and fellowship!
$10 per person
Stanley Heights Baptist Church
1512 McBrien Road
East Ridge, TN 37412
Booking of Special Needs Trust & Estate Planning (January 19, 2016)