March, 2015


Adapted in TC: Taking control of life's biggest choices isn't easy

Susan OdgersMy husband, Tom, and I wanted to start a family after 11 years of marriage.

Community Conversation to Take Place on May 12 in Gaylord

UCP logoThe DD Council wants to hear from YOU!

Video-on-Demand Children’s TV Programming Now Accessible for Thousands of Students with Visual or Hearing Disabilities





Adapted in TC: Answers to one of life's biggest questions

Understanding the Content of the IEP Workshop to be Held on March 18

Michigan Alliance-PTI in Northwest Michigan is offering a free workshop, hosted by Nicole Miller, on March 18, 2015 from 6:30 pm to 8:00 p.m at Disability Network, 415 E. Eighth St., Traverse City, MI. Sign-in opens at ...

Employment for People with Disabilities in Poverty: A Need for National Attention

University of Minnesota logoThis Policy Research Brief, created by the University of Minnesota, is second in a series investigating poverty and disability. The purpose of the brief is to provide an in-depth national and state understanding about poverty and disability by investigating how ...

Free Currency Reader Program for Blind and Visually Impaired Offered by Bureau of Engraving and Printing








HUD AWARDS $150 MILLION TO PROVIDE PERMANENT HOMES AND SERVICES TO EXTREMELY LOW-INCOME PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES

Rental assistance to prevent unnecessary institutionalization

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Disability Network Northern Michigan

415 E. Eighth St.
Traverse City, MI   49686

Phone: (231) 922-0903
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