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Tennessee Disability Pathfinder in the Media

Articles

The following are links to newspaper, magazine, and blog posts that Pathfinder & Camino Seguro are mentioned.

  • Exceptional Parent Magazine, Organizational Spotlight, January, 2021 Read more

Vanderbilt Kennedy Center Notables:

  • Vanderbilt Kennedy Center Notables, VKC Partners with the Tennessee Department of Health at the State and County Levels, March 2018 Read more
  • Vanderbilt Kennedy Center Notables, Mutlticultural Alliance on Disability Training Stresses Value of Cultural Competence, December 1, 2016 Read more
  • Vanderbilt Kennedy Center Notables, Pathfinder expands resources through new partnership with Tennessee Department of Health, May 23, 2016. Read more
  • Vanderbilt Kennedy Center Notables, New paths in Tennessee Disability Pathfinder’s redesigned website, November 25, 2015. Read more

Rural Media Outreach

  • Hickman County Times, For Disabled, Pathfinder is Topic Wednesday, December 12, 2016 Read more
  • Lawrence County Advocate, Persons Interested in Resources for Citizens with Disabilities Invited to Attend Hohenwald Meeting, December 11, 2016 Read more
  • Lewis County Herald, Pathfinder Presentation at Library, December 08, 2016 Read more
  • Buffalo River Review, Pathfinder Session to Offer Disability Info , December 07, 2016 Read more

Multicultural Media

Videos

The following are video, podcasts, blogs and other media that discuss disability.

News Channel 5+ reports on Tennessee Disability Pathfinder.




Tennessee Disability Pathfinder Public Service Announcement in Spanish



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