July, 2013

Fest More Accessible for Those with Disabilities

Prensilia Developing Robot Hands for Research, Prosthetics

By Christian Cipriani

Our National Parks Are for Everyone to Enjoy

By Jonathan B. Jarvis, Director, National Park Service

Veterans Appreciation Night with TC Roller Derby on July 20

TC Roller Derby

Traverse City Roller Derby proudly presents Veterans Appreciation Night at their July Double Header on Saturday, July 20 at the Grand Traverse Civic Center--Cherry Bombs vs. Capital Corruption and Toxic Cherries vs. Lansing Derby Vixens. 

Helping Your Young Child Build Self-Esteem

For many children, both with and without learning disabilities (LD), self-esteem is a powerful predictor of success. Social or emotional problems are not the cause but rather the consequence of academic frustration and failure. Not all students with an LD ...

Let’s Talk About Inclusion!

By Karen Wang

DN Seeks Cyclists to Represent Our Region for the Great Lakes Independence Ride


TART Trails & Disability Network Celebrate the ADA at Tour de TART on July 26

Steve Hand Cycling

Health Care Reform Summit to be held July 25 in Cadillac and Big Rapids

Michigan Consumers for Healthcare will be presenting about Health Care Reform on Thursday, July 25 in Cadillac and Big Rapids.  The topics of discussion include:

  • Michigan Healthcare Exchange: Implication of a Federally-Facilitated Exchange?

  • How will health care reform impact Michigan ...




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