The mission of Special Olympics is to provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities.
Sports 4 All is turning disabilities into abilities through sports and healthy activities.
The Vanderbilt Kennedy Center's Disability Pathfinder has phone, web and print resources in English and Spanish to connect the Tennessee disability community with service providers. Also provides assistance by telephone: 1-800-640-INFO.
Faith matters in the lives of many young people with developmental disabilities and their families. This guide is to equip congregations with ideas and practical steps to strengthen the invitation, supports, and hospitality offered to people with disabilities and their families. This guide draws from a two-year project focused on faith and flourishing in the lives of adolescents and young adults with developmental disabilities and their families in Tennessee.
The Wheaton College Faith & Disability Initiative exists to provoke Biblical, ecumenical discourse on disability as it impacts families, schools, and congregations. Their goal is to resource communities so that they are freed to fully embrace disability in education, worship, and family life.
The Williamson County Performing Arts Center (PAC) offers live Sensory-Friendly performances designed to create a more comfortable experience for those with sensitivity to sensory input and their families in a welcoming, non-judgemental environment.
Young Life Capernaum is Young Life made accessible for teens with disabilities. Our message is one of acceptance, relationships, and adventure. Our goal is to be an example of God's love by reaching out to teens wherever they are.