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Senior Helpers Offers Dementia Care Workshop Series

The Senior Helpers are offering a free Dementia Care Workshop Series to community members and organizations. The three workshops are designed to provide caregivers of those with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia with engaging, positive, and cognitively ...

Job Seekers Invited to Attend Saturday Special on Oct. 8

How to Be an Upstander and How to Start a Campaign

A painting created by a student that says "Don't Stand by Stand Up!"The Anti-Bullying Task Force, in partnership with the Michigan Department of Civil Rights (MDCR) and Northwestern Michigan College, will host the 3rd Annual Anti-Bullying Conference in Traverse City on Friday, October 17.

KnowBullying, a Free App from SAMHSA, Can Prevent Bullying.


Research shows that parents and caregivers who spend at least 15 minutes a day talking with their child can build the foundation for a strong relationship and help prevent bullying.

Participants with SCI Needed

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FingerReader Reads Printed Text to People Who are Visually Impaired

"DON'T LIMIT ME!"- Powerful message from Megan who has Down Syndrome

Powerful Anti-Bullying Song by Bars & Melody

Disability Network Empowers Individuals: Ben's Story

Ben D.Ben is a young man who has learned that hard work pays off. He connected with Disability Network through the LIFE program when he was an ACE student with the Traverse Bay Intermediate School District.

LIFE Job Summit Teaches Students Strategies to Succeed

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