August, 2013


Paws to Patriots: Otsego Shelter Matches Pets with Vets

Rules to Boost Employment for Veterans with Disabilities

By Sam Hananel, The Associated Press

Companies Benefit from Hiring People with Disabilities

Our Potential for Self-Reliance is Not Limited By Our Bodies


Transcript of Janine Sherperd talk About our Potential


Life is about opportunities, creating them and embracing them, and for me, that was the Olympic dream. That’s what defined me. That was my bliss.

Mental Health and Wellness Workgroups Formed

The Affordable Care Act: How it Benefits People with Disabilities



Affordable Care Act for Americans with Disabilities


A BRAND NEW DAY FOR ACCESSIBLE, AFFORDABLE HEALTH INSURANCE AND AN ENHANCED COMMITMENT TO COMMUNITY LIVING


Greater Choices and Enhanced Protections for Americans with Disabilities

  • Eliminates Insurance Company Discrimination: As of September ...

People with Disabilities Want What We All Want

New Accessible Playground Rules May Not Go Far Enough

Petoskey Beach Becomes Accessible To All

Northern Michigan's News Leader

McLaren Hosts Fresh Start Tobacco Cessation Program in Cheboygan & Petoskey

Are You Registered to Vote?

The United States Constitution guarantees every U.S. citizen age 18 or older the right to vote. Our state constitution further defines the right to vote by also requiring voters to be residents of Michigan and registered to vote in ...

Celebration of New Accessible Beach to Take Place at Petoskey State Park on August 31

AnnekeThe community is invited to join Disability Network and the Petoskey State Park DNR for the unveiling of the newest accessible beach in Northern Michigan. The event will take place at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, August 31 at ...

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