April, 2013


We have a long way to go in making places accessible for wheelchair users

By Tim Gort | The Grand Rapids Press
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Disability Awareness Scholarship Now Accepting Applications for the 2014 Award

MilitaryVALoan.com is pleased to offer scholarships in support of disability awareness. Every year, a prospective or current college student will be selected to receive a $1,000 scholarship to help with the costs associated with attending school.

VA Launches Hotline to Answer Questions on VA Health Care and Benefits for Women Veterans

1-855-VA-WOMEN (1-855-829-6636)

Release of 2013 Munson Community Health Needs Assessment and Healthy Communities Institute Web Product

BATA hosts information sessions on new services

Unlocking A Learning Disability

By gogettergirl95, Roswell, GA

An E.V. That Wraps Around a Wheelchair

By CAITLIN KELLY

DNAC Volunteers at the Autism Scavenger Hunt


For the month of April, Disability Network's Advocacy Council (DNAC) decided to sponsor and volunteer for the Traverse Traveler’s Autism Scavenger Hunt that was held on April 13. Zoe Onthank, DNAC member and Volunteer Office Assistant at Disability ...

The wheels on the bus in Charlevoix now carry many more passengers

Nick Mullins to Tell His Story on April 20 in TC

This Saturday at 4pm, Nick Mullins, Pro-Skateboarder, will share his compelling story at Right Brain Brewery in Traverse City.  Weathered Beard, a local storytelling group run by Neal Steeno and Ben Zork, have partnered with the brewery to host "Springenfesten ...

Service Dogs: What Is Allowed

Amy Brenneman's Approach to Education

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