Independent Living

Traveling Tips for Older Adventurers

Guest Blog Post WRITTEN BY Henry Moore of

After I'm Gone: April 18 & 19

After I'm Gone - special workshop on April 18 & 19. (click image to enlarge)

BATA Round Table Discussion - March 8, 3:00 p.m.

BATA Round Table Discussion March 8, at 3 p.m. at Disability Network (click image to enlarge)

Adapted in TC: Answering a not-so-narrow question

Featured in The Record Eagle on February 11, 2018 WRITTEN BY Susan Odgers, local columnist


BATA Round Table Discussion has been rescheduled due to illness. Rescheduled date TBD. (click image to enlarge)

Keep Your Home Safe When Traveling by Using These Smart Tips

Guest Blog Post WRITTEN BY Henry Moore of

Adapted in TC: 'Adept' Is In The Eye Of The Beholder

The Record Eagle newspaper logoFeatured in Record Eagle on January 14, 2018 WRITTEN BY Susan Odgers, local columnist.

5 Ways To Support Our Work

Your Support Matters!

5 Ways to Support DNNM (click image to enlarge)

Kind Acts Create A World We Want To Inhabit

Traverse City Record EagleFeatured in Record Eagle on December 17, 2017 WRITTEN BY Susan Odgers, local columnist.

Adapted in TC: When others don't know best

Featured in Record Eagle on November 19, 2017 WRITTEN BY Susan Odgers, local columnist.

Back to the Outdoors #OutdoorsForAll

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