Tennessee Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf

 

 

TRID Conference Dates:

 

October 19 -20, 2018 

American Sign Language is the communication mode for this conference.

 


Quick Links


Location: 

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Jackson

1770 US-45 Bypass

Jackson, TN 38305

Quick note:  Deadline to reserve your room at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Jackson is September 19, 2018.  IF you get a notice saying the discount code doesn't work, please email Brenda and she will try to increase the room block.


 

Registration and Schedule Information

Space is limited!

Register by MAIL:

By downloading the Registration and Schedule forms below

*Requests for Voice Interpreters must be received by Thursday, October 11, 2018*

Register ONLINE:  TRID's 2018 Conference

*Workshop Descriptions can be found below*

 

Registration

Schedule

Workshop Descriptions


Call for Conference Interpeters


Support Staff Application

Print and Mail the form below or fill out this online form:

Online Support Staff Application



Presenters



Bethany Gehman

of

Sex Education in ASL

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Regan Thibodeau

of 

ASL FLash

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Hotel Information

 

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Jackson

1770 Highway 45 Bypass

Jackson, TN 38305

 

Click here to reserve your room, our group code is TNR

You can get these rates for October 19 - 21, 2018

*Rates are ONLY available through September 19, 2018 or block runs out.*

If you are trying to reserve and the block of rooms has ran out before September 19, please contact Brenda, she will try to add more rooms.




ACCESSIBILITY & NON-DISCRIMINATION STATEMENT

TRID fosters an environment of mutual respect and inclusion that is free from harassment, bias and discrimination based on race, color, religion (creed), gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status.

Accordingly, the TRID conference welcomes an audience of novice to experienced interpreters, interpreting students, and members of the local and state deaf community.

The conference site is wheelchair accessible and will primarily be conducted in ASL.  Any spoken content will be interpreted into ASL.  When registering, please let us know if any other accommodations as defined by the ADA are needed.




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