Via Tennessee Department of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Services are designed to be flexible and responsive to individual or family needs. Services might include but are not limited to: respite care, before/after care, day care, home/vehicle modifications, specialized equipment/repair/maintenance, nutrition/clothing/supplies, personal assistance,... Continue Reading
via DisabilityScoop For the first time, a new study suggests it’s possible to predict within the first year of life if a child will develop autism. Researchers say they were able to identify with more than 90 percent accuracy which babies... Continue Reading
We are grateful to Governor Bill Haslam for shining a light on Developmental Disabilities by naming March Developmental Disabilities Awareness month. Stay tuned to our page for more information this month! March is Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month in Tennessee. In this video, the members of the Tennessee Council on Developmental Disabilities read Governor Bill Haslam‘s proclamation establishing March 2017 as DD Awareness Month. Read the full proclamation and learn more about the Council on Developmental Disabilities at their website here.