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Thank you for visiting this page to learn more about volunteering at Signal Centers! We love our volunteers and appreciate all they do to support us!

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Signal Centers

109 N. Germantown Rd.

Chattanooga, TN 37411

Volunteer Application

 

Volunteer Spotlight

moreland

In 2008, Jennie Moreland gave birth to a beautiful baby girl, Ainsley. Shortly thereafter, her daughter was diagnosed with Williams Syndrome. Williams Syndrome is a genetic disorder resulting in various learning disabilities, as well as some heart defects. In learning about Williams Syndrome, Jennie and her husband, Steve, discovered Ainsley would require occupational, physical, and speech therapies. This revelation led to a lengthy and involved search for programs she felt could provide everything for Ainsley. The result was Signal Centers. For Jennie, Signal Centers became a one-stop shop for everything Ainsley would need for her transition from infant to toddler to school-aged child. Click here to read more.

 

Volunteer Opportunities

Assistive Technology Campus:

Administrative: General office duties, including answering phone, receptionist/front desk, making survey calls, filing, office work, etc.  Any day/hour Monday-Friday, 8:30 am – 4:30 pm

Low Vision/Blind Client Assistant: Work with clients who have low vision or are blind, assisting in independent living classes which include learning to cook and clean; and, assist clients in computer skill classes. Volunteers needed daily from 9 – noon; noon – 3:30 pm. Students and senior volunteers are also welcome.

 

Main Campus:

Administrative: General office duties, including answering phone, receptionist/front desk, filing, office work, etc., within all programs at Signal Centers.  Any day/hour Monday-Friday, 8:30 am – 4:30 pm.

 

 

In 2008, Jennie Moreland gave birth to a beautiful baby girl, Ainsley. Shortly thereafter, her daughter was diagnosed with Williams Syndrome. Williams Syndrome is a genetic disorder resulting in various learning disabilities, as well as some heart defects. In learning about Williams Syndrome, Jennie and her husband, Steve, discovered Ainsley would require occupational, physical, and speech therapies. This revelation led to a lengthy and involved search for programs she felt could provide everything for Ainsley.  The result was Signal Centers.    For Jennie, Signal Centers became a one-stop shop for everything Ainsley would need for her transition from infant to toddler to school-aged child. Click here to read more.
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