Education


Supporting Successful Youth Transition to Adulthood

Self-Advocacy

by Disability Network Community Resource Specialist Nicole Miller

 

Centers for Disease Control

Choosing Safer Activities


What You Need to Know
  • If you are fully vaccinated, you can resume activities that you did prior to the pandemic.

Boardman-Ottaway Riverwalk Ribbon Cutting to Occur

Walking Tour to Begin at the Newly Improved Union Street Staircase

Centers for Disease Control | Myths and Facts about COVID-19 Vaccines

The Centers for Disease Control recommends that  accurate COVID-19 vaccine information is critical.

No Barriers Global Impact Challenge Update

Virtual Diverse Survivorz

According to Disability Network’s Independent Living Program Manager Caitlin Chlosta, the five students that participated in the No Barriers Global Impact Challenge have all exited the Shawono Center and have returned to their home communities. Some of ...

Pre - Employment Services

Youth Employment  

Weekly Event Recommendations | ADA30 Michigan Celebration

Disability Network's Peer Advocacy Group joins a consortium of disability organizations as we observe the Americans with Disabilities Act by sharing one weekly free online ADA30 Michigan Celebration event with the community that advocates for inclusive communities.

Cancelled | Michigan Family Summit

Update: The Michigan Developmental Disabilities Council has made the decision to cancel The Michigan Family Summit due to concerns over the potential spread of Coronavirus. 

Join Michigan Developmental Disabilities Council on March 17-18, 2020, to learn about Charting ...

Our Lives | Safe and Strong Program Toolkit

The Our Lives: Safe and Strong Program Toolkit offers accessible web-based abuse awareness, support and safety planning information and tools for people with disabilities.

Arts for All Launches The Art of VisABILITY

Arts for All of Northern Michigan is launching The Art of VisABILITY, a youth-led studio program for high school students with and without disabilities.  Participants work with professional artists for six sessions to develop artwork that explores the theme ...

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