East Tennessee Technology Access Center, 116 Childress St., Knoxville, Tennessee 37920
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Acknowledgement: The contents of this web site were developed in part through a grant from the U.S. Department of Education and the Tennessee Department of Human Services, Division of Rehabilitation Services, and the Tennessee Technology Access Program. These contents do not necessarily represent the policies of the U.S. Department of Education, the TN Division of Rehabilitation Services, or the Tennessee Technology Access Program.
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News and Events....
25th Anniversary Picnic for ETTAC Clients and Families all set for Friday, June 14th from 4-8:30 PM. Music, games, barbecue, Chick-FIl-A, face painting, all followed by an Accessible Movie, Finding Nemo (movie starts at 7 PM). Call us to RSVP at 865-219-0130 or use the e-vite on-line here.
Summer camp info available now! We are excited to be planning a Musical Fun Camp at ETTAC for Wednesday June 12-14th. For more information, please download the flyer here.
Please join us in supporting our 25th Anniversary Sponsors!
For more information about how to get your business involved to help us celebrate and lay the groundwork for our future work at ETTAC, please feel free to download the plans we have here and call Lois or Tracey at ETTAC for more information.
- Weekly low-cost after-school Education-N-Motion classes taught by certified Music-N-Motion teachers, at ETTAC, for students ages 4- 13 who are struggling with education concepts; combines healthy snack with 30 minute class that combines music, movement, and academic concepts; parents must pre-register by calling (865) 219-0130; classes are funded in part by Variety of Eastern Tennessee.
- FREE academic intervention for struggling Knox County students primarily 10 - 14 years old; includes loan of adaptive hardware and/or software, literacy intervention and training, curricular modifications, access to e-books and other items that will enhance student learning and performance. Please call (865) 219-0130 for more information. The Technology for Youth Education Program is funded in part by the East Tennessee Foundation's Mount Rest Fund and Green Mountain Coffee Roasters.
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To connect people with disabilities in East Tennessee to the adaptive technology tools and services they need to live with maximum independence and dignity.
Statement of Non-discrimination:The Board of Directors and staff of ETTAC do not discriminate against anyone based on race, gender, color, national origin, religious or political preference, income level, or disability. The facilities, website, and programs of ETTAC are fully accessible..
It is ETTAC's intent to provide information that is accessible to all. This site is based on the guidelines of the Web Accessibility Initiative of the World Wide Web Consortium. If any of the pages on this site do not meet your accessibility needs, please contact us.