February, 2013


TALKING BOOK LIBRARY OPEN HOUSE FEATURES NEW TALKING BOOK DEVICE DEMO

"Everything My Child Needs to Know About Sexuality, but I was Afraid to Tell" Offered on March 16 in Traverse City

"Everything My Child Needs to Know About Sexuality, but I was Afraid to Tell" will be held on March 16 from 9AM-3PM at the Northwestern Michigan College University Center Campus in Traverse City.  The full day workshop is based on ...

Attention Baby Boomers! Medicare 101 to be Held in Manistee, Traverse City, & Kalkaska in February.

Are you beginning to think about Medicare?  Are you getting lots of mail and don’t know how to make heads or tails of it?   Are you confused about all the “A’s” and “B’s” and “C’s” and ...

A Love that’s Unbroken

By Guest Blogger Wayne Connell, Founder and President, the Invisible Disabilities Association

Seeking Exhibitors & Sponsors for BASA "Ideas for Life" Senior Expo on May 15

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