Harris-Hillman Resource Fair can help families, children with disabilities

Nashville has a lot to offer to families of children with special needs. No one knows that better than the faculty at Harris-Hillman School, a school with amazing community partnerships that help make it one of the premiere schools for students with multiple disabilities. Many of those partners and community groups are coming to Harris-Hillman TOMORROW (September 18) to meet parents and offer up their services.

The Harris-Hillman Fall Resource Fair is open to all families in Nashville. More than 30 vendors have signed up to speak with parents and show off their wares. It's geared mostly to families of children with disabilities, but all families are welcome and could find useful information. There will be a little bit of something for everyone.

You don't get many opportunitie to meet with all of these people under one roof, so take advantage. While you're there, say hi to Harris-Hillman principal, Robbie Hampton, one of the most dedicated and resourceful school leaders in Nashville!

Harris-Hillman Fall Resource Fair

Wednesday, September 18

9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

1706 26th Ave S (facing Blakemore Ave, across from Vanderbilt)