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    Interested in learning about local poverty? Hidden rules of socio-economic classes? Ways to make an impact? We're offering a workshop designed to help participants more effectively serve individuals who live or have lived in poverty by understanding their strengths, viewpoints, challenges and barriers. Mark your calendars for Oct. 28. Visit liveunitedblount.org/our_work.php#!bridges.html for all the details!

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    Program Highlights:

    • Individualized, research-based instruction for each child's strength & needs
    • High quality learning material
    • Sensorimotor room
    • Computer & Smartboard in classroom
    • Assistive technology
    • Highly trained & dedicated staff
    • Early intervention
    • Information and support to families
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    The center is funded by private tuition, United Way of Blount County, vendor agreement with Tennessee Early Intervention System, and private donations.

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