October, 2013

Creating Opportunities Summit November 6 in Traverse City

Affordable AND Accessible Housing

Change the Stigma and Fear

Presidential Proclamation -- Blind Americans Equality Day, 2013


Signs for a Good Education

Disney’s New Disability Access Service Card: Everything You Need to Know

Disney’s Guest Assistance Card (GAC) program is changing, and starting Oct. 9, will be called the Disability Access Service Card (DAS Card).

Fire Safety Workshop for People who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing to Take Place on Nov. 12 in TC

The Grand Traverse Metro Fire Department, Quota International Club of Traverse City, Grand Traverse Industries – LIS’N, and Disability Network will present the 3rd Series of "Fire Risks for People who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing" on Tuesday, November ...

Parents & Families Invited to Decoding Dyslexia on Oct. 14 in Traverse City

Parents and families are invited to participate in "Decoding Dyslexia" on Monday, October 14 from  6:30-8pm at Disability Network (415 East Eighth St., Traverse City, MI). The newly formed parent run group hopes to raise awareness and educate community ...

What The Shutdown Means For Disability Services

As the first U.S. government shutdown in more than 17 years takes hold, some programs benefiting people with disabilities will continue with business as usual while others grind to a halt.

Munson Community Health Library to Host Presentation "Near Death Experiences" on Oct. 23

Who has them? What happens? What can we learn?




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