July, 2012

Musical Glove Improves Sensation, Mobility for People with Spinal Cord Injury

Parent Network Meeting July 18

Disability Network will be hosting a Parent Network meeting (for Disability Advocates) on Wednesday, July 18 from 6:30-7:30 pm.  The focus of this month will be on our education system.  Local advocate,Marge Chodacki, will lead a brainstorming ...

9 Ways You Can Help a Special Needs Parent

When I set out to write 7 Things You Don't Know About a Special Needs Parent, I was a little nervous. I thought to myself, Who am I to speak for all special needs parents? My situation felt unique ...

Fighting Discrimination Against People with HIV/AIDS

Northern Lakes Community Mental Health 2012 Public Hearings

Northern Lakes Community Mental Health (NLCMH) has scheduled three public hearings to seek input from and share information regarding current services and future system direction with people served, their families, advocates, and community members. We are especially interested in receiving ...




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