September, 2013

Deaf, Loud and Proud

Lucky Fin Song by Tony Memmel

I have ADHD and I CAN....

Look at Me: Why Looking Past Disability Is Toxic for Relationships

By Beth Hopkins

Transition Focus Of New Documentary On PBS

A documentary following a special-education teacher as she prepares her students with autism to leave high school and enter adult life is set for its national television debut.

Saturday Special on Oct. 5: DIY Tips for Everyday Savings

saturday special

UCP & U of M Host Family Adaptive Sports Fair in Ann Arbor on Oct. 6

The United Cerebral Palsy of Michigan and the University of Michigan Comprehensive Care Center for Cerebral Palsy are hosting a Free Family Fun Fair on October 6 from 1-4pm at Washtenaw Community College in Ann Arbor to introduce adaptive sports ...

Disability Network Hiring Disability Guide/Independent Living Specialist

Renee working

Blackbird Arts Offers Scholarships for Inclusive Art Classes

Stained Glass Class

TBAISD Provides Parent Support Through Advisory Council

The Traverse Bay Area Intermediate School District Special Education Parent Advisory Council (SEPAC) is composed of a group of parents of students with disabilities from Antrim, Benzie, Grand Traverse, Kalkaska, and Leelanau county school districts. Together, this group provides a ...




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