April, 2013

Service Dogs: What Is Allowed

Amy Brenneman's Approach to Education

Community Members in Petoskey & Charlevoix Raising Funds to Make Local Beaches Accessible for Everyone

Taylor's Blog: Spread the Love

Ocqueoc Falls in Presque Isle is Universally Accessible

Disability Network Seeks Volunteers to Advocate & Represent at Upcoming Input Expos

“Light it up Blue” for Autism Awareness April 2 in Downtown Traverse City

Power of Parenting Presents "The Beauty & Joys of Parenting" by Storyteller Patty Clark on April 23

In conjunction with the Power of Parenting,  Patty Clark will be presenting "The Beauty & Joys of Parenting" on Tuesday, April 23 from 5-7:40PM at Thunder Bay Junior High School in Alpena.  The cost is $5 per family, and ...

Returning Troops & the Transition Back to School

President Obama’s 2013 State of the Union Address expressed a desire to bring home 34,000 American troops currently serving in Afghanistan over the next year; 80% of citizens agree this undertaking is necessary. Thanks to the GI Bill ...

Wheelchair Travel Tips on Airports and Flights




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