January, 2014


Community Conversations to Take Place in Traverse City & Cheboygan

bend-itDisability Network will be hosting Community Conversations from 6:00-7:30pm on February 18 at the Inside Out Gallery in Traverse City, and February 25 at the Cheboygan Area Public Library. All community members are invited to attend and share ...

Disability Network Offers a Sense of Belonging

AmberAmber is a vibrant young woman who loves fashion and music. She’s colorful, has a witty sense of humor, and was born with Cerebral Palsy.

Veterans with TBI May Qualify for Additional Disability Pay, Allsup Reports

A new rule implemented earlier this month by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) makes it easier for veterans with traumatic brain injury (TBI) to receive additional disability benefits if they have a related secondary condition, according to Allsup, a ...

Disability Network Kicks Off Campaign for Beach Access Projects in Traverse City & Alanson

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Over 300 Students Gain LIFE Skills at Regional Transition Conference

Anthony SpeakingOver 300 high school students with disabilities participated in the regional LIFE Student Transition Conference on December 10, 2013 at the Grand Traverse Resort. Youth from 17 schools gathered  to hear key note speaker, Anthony Ianni, share his experience living ...

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