Family Resources
The websites listed here have been used and recommended by LifeLine families over the last five years.  LifeLine may not support the views of every single website. They are listed as a resource and families/professionals need to evaluate the accuracy and usefulness of the information found there.  This page and these sites are not be construed as diagnosis or treatment of any disease or disorder.  It exists purely as a service to help families get started in their search for information/resources.
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1   Link   TABS - Tennessee Adult Brothers & Sisters
TABS understand that being an adult sibling of a brother or a sister with a disability has its rewards and challenges. Giving support to and receiving support from siblings who have experienced these rewards and challenges themselves can be both healing and celebratory.
2   Link   Focus on the Family
Focus on the Family builds Relationships and Marriages, Supports and Provides Council on Parenting, Entertainment, Faith, Challenges and Social Issues
3   Link   First Things First
FTF is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to strengthening families in Hamilton County, Tennessee through education, collaboration and mobilization.
4   Link   Autism & Behavior Services
This organization's mission statement is to provide quality services to individuals with autism and related disabilities and their families by employing teaching methodologies from the science of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)
5   Link   Chattanooga Autism Center
Free autism workshop series, parent mentor program, annual community conference on autism, Greater Chattanooga Aspies social and support group, Parent/Advocate Collaboration Team (PACT), Networking and connecting with other parents or service providers
6   Link   The Elisha Foundation
Justin and his wife Tamara founded The Elisha Foundation in 2005. Justin and Tamara are the proud parents of Elisha, Noelle, Abram, Evangeline and Naomi. Elisha has Down Syndrome and at the special moment of his birth Justin and Tamara recognized the unique call that God had placed on their lives - to minister to families of people with special needs. The Reimer's want to see Christ made much of through the unique blessing of a special needs child. After over eight years of waiting and praying the Lord opened the door of ministry to them and the inaugural Elisha Foundation Retreat was kicked off in December of 2005.