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New Program for Victims of Car Accidents
Wednesday, January 8, 2014 was the kick-off date for the Tennessee Department of Transportation's new Yellow DOT Program. Other states already have the program in place, but it's new to Tennessee. Participants receive both a yellow decal and yellow folder. The decal goes on your car and the folder is kept in the glove box. Inside the folder are details about any special medical conditions that the driver (or passengers) may have. In the event of an accident, emergency responders will see the decal on the outside of the car, then know to look inside the car for special instructions and important medical information....more
Knitting keeps the mind active and the fingers busy....more
TN SHIP Needs Volunteers!
Looking for a meaningful, fulfilling volunteer opportunity with the aging and disabled population? TN SHIP has volunteer opportunities for you to assist consumers with understanding their Medicare and Medicaid benefits. Training is available across the state. ...more
Notice of Public Meetings
The Commission's next scheduled quarterly meetings will be held August 4 and 5, 2014....more