March, 2013

Input Expos--Share Your Ideas. Get Creative. Strategize.

VA and White House Honor Women Veterans Who Make a Difference

Fourteen women Veterans from across the country were selected by The White House as a Women Veterans Champion of Change.  They were honored in ceremonies hosted by the White House and the Department of Veterans Affairs on March 19.

Tim's Place: Where breakfast, lunch and HUGS are served!


My Dream IEP Team

By Marcie Lipsitt, NCLD Parent Leader

Where Should Special Needs Kids Be Special? Tricky questions about how to share public spaces.


Earlier this year, I was out to dinner with a friend and our combined eight kids. My 14-year-old son, Jonah, who has autism, was very excited about the imminent arrival of his hamburger and french ...

Adapted in TC: Assistance doesn't equal abuse

AAHD Announces Scholarship Programs for Students with Disabilities

The American Association on Health and Disability (AAHD) has announced their 2013-2014 scholarship program for students with disabilities. It has long been a policy of AAHD to assist those with disabilities in pursuing higher education. Last year four scholarships were ...

Northern Lakes CMH Offers Mental Health First Aid Course

Northern Lakes Community Mental Health is now certified to provide the groundbreaking, two-day Mental Health First Aid Course to Northern Michigan.

What the 'Sequester' Could Mean for You. How the Budget Cuts Will Affect Social Security, Medicare and More

Parent Network & Family Gathering: Sailing is for EVERYONE




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