June, 2012


Horses for Heroes Provides Inner Peace to Veterans

Education Department Releases College Cost Data to Empower Families to Make Informed Investments

The U.S. Department of Education continued to increase transparency around the cost of college by updating several lists on its College Affordability and Transparency Center today, highlighting institutions with the highest and lowest tuition and net price, and those ...

Olmstead: Community Integration for Everyone

What To Do When There Is An Emergency? Red Cross has an App for that!

by Beth Kanter

Heritage Trail at Sleeping Bear Dunes is Accessible for Everyone

'Push Girls' Wheel Chairs Through Life And Love

June 13, 2012

At 15, Mia Schaikewitz was a star on her high school swim team, when a blood vessel ruptured in her spine and left her paralyzed from the waist down. In 1992, Auti Angel was a professional hip ...

TC Teacher Develops First-of-Its-Kind Autism Site

By Bob Lovik

Jeremy Campbell beats his world record at Endeavor Games

EDMOND, Okla. — University of Central Oklahoma resident athlete and two-time Paralympic gold medalist Jeremy Campbell set a new world record in the men’s discus F44/42 on June 10 at the UCO Endeavor Games for Athletes with Physical Disabilities ...

Horses for Heroes at Charity Hill Ranch

By Erin Crowell

We Need Your Voice: Michigan Aging & Disability Needs Assessment Survey

We are asking Michigan adults over the age of 50, or adults over the age of 18 with a disability, to fill out a needs assessment survey to tell us about your life, your community, and your needs.  We will ...

It's Almost Mid-June, Assess a Trail!

By Jeanne Esch

Video of Amy Purdy - Adaptive Acton Sports Founder

 

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