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Title: Access Keys & Accessibility Descriptive info: Accessibility.. An access key allows any visitor to use a keyboard shortcut to easily skip through the main navigation menu and jump directly to website content.. This can be helpful to users who make use of a screen reader to read the content out loud.. *.. How an access key is activated typically depends on the browser; Windows users usually hold the Alt key down while pressing the letter or number defined in the access key listing (see below), while Macintosh users hold down the Control key rather than the Alt key.. Access keys change the keyboard focus so once a visitor has selected their access key, they should then press the Enter key to immediately follow that link.. For example, if a visitor presses Alt-S (Windows) or Control-S (Macintosh) at any time on any page, the keyboard focus will move immediately to the.. link at the top of each page.. The ... E.. vent Calendar.. [F].. = Sta.. f.. f Directory.. [G].. = Rewards of.. G.. iving.. [H].. H.. ome Page.. [I].. = Award Categor.. i.. es.. [J].. = Support Brokerage.. [K].. = Access.. K.. eys (You are currently here).. [L].. L.. egislative Monitor.. [M].. M.. embership.. [N].. = The Arc Connectio.. n.. [O].. = The Missi.. o.. [P].. = Local Cha.. p.. ters.. [Q].. = Class Member Advocacy.. [R].. = My Pe.. r.. sonal Story.. [S].. S.. kip to the first word in the main content area.. [T].. = Secondary.. T.. ransition.. [U].. = Statements Broch.. u.. res.. [V].. = Pri.. v.. acy Policy.. [W].. = The.. W.. aiting List.. [X].. = Staff Info.. [Y].. = Our Histor.. y.. [Z].. = Donate Now.. .. = The Arc of the United States.. .. = Disability MegaConference.. .. = The Arc Link.. .. = Other Related Disability Links.. * W3C Guideline Reference:.. WAI Checkpoint 9.. 5..
Title: Contact Us Descriptive info: Our main office is located in MetroCenter, Nashville.. Phone: (615) 248-5878.. Email:.. info@thearctn.. Interstate directions to The Arc of Tennessee:.. Traveling.. I-40W.. from Nashville, Cookeville, or Knoxville.. - Exit [#213B; I-24W; I-40W - Nashville].. - Exit [I-65S; I-40W - Huntsville/Memphis].. - Exit [#210A; I-65N; I-40W - Louisville/Memphis].. - Exit [I-65 - North Louisville].. - Exit [#85; 41A; 8th Ave; Rosa L.. Parks Blvd] Turn Left.. - Turn right onto Athens Way.. - Building will be on the right, 151 Athens Way, Suite 100.. I-24W.. from Murfreesboro or Chattanooga.. - Exit [#52A; ... - Louisville].. Parks Blvd] Turn left.. I-40E.. from Bellevue, Paris, or Memphis.. - Exit [#208B; I-65N - Louisville].. I-24E.. from Clarksville.. - Exit [#44A; I-65S; I-24E - Nashville].. - Exit [#86; I-65S; I-40W - Huntsville/Memphis].. Parks Blvd.. - Veer right onto Rosa L.. Parks Blvd.. go to the third stop light.. I-65S.. from Springfield, White House, or Goodlettsville.. - Exit [#88A; I-65S; I-24E - Nashville].. Parks Blvd].. go to the third stoplight.. I-65N.. from Brentwood, Franklin, or Lewisburg.. - Exit [I-65N; I-40W - Louisville/Memphis].. - Exit [I-65N Louisville].. ] Turn left..
Title: Staff Information Services Descriptive info: Staff Information Services.. Below, you will find the information tools you need to manage system resources and website content.. This section of the website is intended for use by employees authorized users of the The Arc of Tennessee.. Outlook Web Access:.. Outlook Web Access allows you to see your email, calendar and contacts from any Internet connection.. It is securely available to employees of The Arc of Tennessee.. To log into your online email account, please click on the following link:.. Outlook Web Access Log On.. The Arc of Tennessee Resource Center (ATRC):.. The Arc of Tennessee Resource Center, or ATRC, is a one stop shop for authorized users to manage their Support Brokerage responsibilities and take control certain parts of the website.. Here, support brokers and case managers will find everything they need to administer referrals and active participants.. In addition, authorized employees of The Arc of Tennessee can use the system to print invoices, publish stories to the website, and much more.. To log into the ATRC, please click on the following link:.. The Arc of Tennessee Resource Center (ATRC).. Case Manager Registration Form:.. If you are a case manager, authorized by the state of Tennessee, and you need to submit a referral to The Arc of Tennessee for support brokerage services assignment, then it is important that you register ... and automatically feed that news to RSS subscribers.. The scrolling news feed is integrated into the site's graphical theme so that visitors have access to Arc-posted headlines events without requiring them to subscribe to the feed.. To manage your Arc syndicated news please click on the following link:.. Syndicated News Administration Console.. Reports Metrics:.. Measuring and analyzing how your Internet presence benefits your organization is an important, and often overlooked, part of maintaining a website.. Here you have a methodology for analyzing site traffic, guest conversions, unique visitors, and other general website information including browser utilization, broken link summary reports, visitor geography, etc.. Please click on the following link to view your website dashboard:.. Website Reports Dashboard.. Internal Search:.. Internal search is an excellent tool for new recurring visitors alike because it can target content that has not been harvested or indexed by any of the major external search engines (e.. Yahoo, Google, and MSN).. All standard internal website search options have been implemented, along with advanced features like word or phrase auto-completion, spelling suggestions, Adobe Acrobat Microsoft Word support, search depth control, Boolean search patterns, and a sophisticated administration interface allowing secure, granular control over the search results that you present to your users.. To manage your website's internal search engine, please click on the following link:.. Search Engine Administration Console..
Title: About Us - Mission Descriptive info: Who is The ArcTennessee?.. The Arc Tennessee is a grassroots, non-profit, statewide organization on intellectual developmental disabilities.. It was founded in 1952 and is affiliated with The Arc United States.. The Arc Tennessee is also a membership organization composed of people with intellectual, developmental and other disabilities, their parents, friends, and the professionals who assist them in reaching their goals.. The Arc Tennessee values diversity and does not discriminate based on race, ethnicity, religion, age, geographic location, sexual orientation, gender, level of disability or Limited English Proficiency.. Our Mission.. The Arc ... of members and chapters, we support and empower individuals and families; connect and inform individuals and families; improve support and service systems; influence public policy; increase public awareness; and inspire inclusive communities.. Our Values.. Integrity.. Respect.. Courage.. Justice.. Our History.. The Arc Tennessee (current name) was first organized in July 1952 when sixty-five parents met in Nashville, Tennessee at George Peabody College.. Bylaws were adopted and on December 19, 1952 the association was chartered as a non-profit corporation under Tennessee Law.. Read more about our long history written by Pat Butler.. here..
Title: Board and Governance Descriptive info: Board and Governance.. Board of Directors.. Officers.. President.. holly lu conant rees.. holly lu conant rees of Nashville is an education advocate for The Arc of Davidson County.. She chairs the Disability Coalition on Education; is member and past chair of the Family Advisory Council for the Vanderbilt Children's Hospital.. She is co-founder of SPAN-TN; and board member of the national Mothers from Hell 2.. She is married to John and has one son named Samuel who owns his own lawn care business.. Vice President, Planning/Rules Committee Chair.. John Lewis.. John Lewis of Nashville chairs the Planning and Rules Committee.. He is retired from the State of Tennessee.. He previously worked for the Division of Intellectual Disabilities Services and TennCare.. He is Treasurer, Guardianship and Trust Corporation and former Treasurer/Board Member Mid-TN Supported Living.. Secretary.. Lorri Mabry.. Lorri Mabry of Antioch and graduate from MTSU is a pro-active self-advocate who has been on the board of directors for one year.. She serves on several committees and is a graduate of Partners in Policymaking.. Treasurer, Budget/Finance Committee Chair.. John Shouse.. John and his wife Janet are parents to three children, including their teenage son Evan, who has autism.. John has a strong background in leadership, community development, and team building with local, state, and national nonprofit organizations.. John served as ... Crossville.. She is married to Randy and has two sons, Michael and Scott, who have multiple disabilities.. Region 1 - East TN Regional Representative.. Donna Lankford.. , Kingsport.. Region 2 - Middle TN Regional Representative.. Joanie Crowley.. , Nashville.. Region 3 - West TN Regional Representative.. Keith Greenwald.. , Memphis.. Committee Chairs.. Carol Greenwald.. , Memphis,.. Development.. Doria Panvini.. , Nashville,.. Sharon Bottorff.. , Franklin,.. Membership.. Francisca Guzman.. Public Awareness and Awards.. Ron Butler.. Advocacy & Education.. Board Members.. Malessa Fleenor.. , Gray.. Merry Jensen.. , Memphis.. Elise McMillan.. , Nashville.. Elizabeth Montgomery.. , Crossville.. Omegbhai Uriri.. , Antioch.. Megan Hart.. Chris Cheek.. , Madisonville.. Merle Smith.. Maggie Masimore.. , Brentwood.. Mike Campbell.. , Lebanon.. Katie Powers.. , Dickson.. Jan Ryan.. , Oak Ridge.. Mary Jordan.. , Johnson City.. Laura Compton.. , Chattanooga.. Tina Swanson.. , Brentwood.. Governance Business Documents.. Click links below to view documents:.. Constitution and Bylaws.. 2011-12 Annual Report.. Form 990 - 2011.. Position Statements.. Position statements can be found at.. The Arc United States.. The Arc Tennessee has a longstanding commitment to inclusive education.. We actively support the efforts of Tennessee school districts to shift toward a more inclusive model of education to better serve Tennessee s students with disabilities.. Read more about The Arc TN s position statement on school district special education cuts..
Title: Staff Directory Descriptive info: Key Staff Directory.. Executive Director.. Carrie Hobbs Guiden.. Assistant Executive Director.. Steve Jacobs.. Membership, Chapter and Communications Manager.. Peggy Cooper.. Business Manager.. Nicole Davidson.. Office Manager.. Lori Israel.. Administrative Assistant.. Scott Finney.. Class Member Advocacy Services Director.. Patricia Edmiston.. Class Member Advocacy Services Assistant.. Marlena Buford.. People Talking to People Project Director.. Frank Meeuwis.. People Talking to People Project Assistant.. Valerie Jephson.. Project Specialist.. Jenny Kimbrough.. Loria Richardson.. Treva Maitland.. CHOICES Support Brokerage Project Director.. Shani Abell.. CHOICES Support Brokerage Project Assistant.. Tammy Pulley..
Title: Membership and Local Chapters Descriptive info: Membership and Local Chapters.. How Can I Become a Member?.. Check the.. Local Chapters.. page to see if there is a local chapter in your area.. If there is, contact the number of the director or president of that group.. If there is not, you can become a member at-large.. Our membership application is included in our brochure that can be found.. Simply print if off and mail in with your dues.. What are some of the benefits of Membership?.. Automatic membership in local chapter (where available), The Arc Tennessee and The Arc United States.. ... preferred rates for some insurances through affinity partners with The Arc United States.. Advocacy, information and referral services.. Connect with other families.. Participate in committees, taskforces, events and conferences.. Discounts for conferences and webinars.. All membership dues and contributions make it possible for The Arc Tennessee to provide information, advocacy and support to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families.. Membership Categories:.. Individual.. : $20.. 00.. Self-advocate.. : $5.. Agency.. : $100.. Please Note: Your annual membership dues and any other contributions are tax deductible as allowed by law.. page for Chapter Services..