Independent Living

6 Awesome Assistive Devices for Those with Motor Control Issues

Brain implant lets quadriplegic man use his own hand

BY MICHELLE STARR - posted on on April 13, 2016

Anne Bonney to host Empowerment & Leadership Workshop Series

Empowerment and Leadership Workshop Series (Click to Enlarge)

Irish start-up wants to be Google Maps for people with disabilities

Women with Disabilities - 27 million of us in U.S.

Featured in The Record Eagle on March 12, 2016 BY SUSAN ODGERS Local columnist

Boardman Lake Trail - Public Open House - March 9

Boardman Lake Trail Open House Flyer (Click to Enlarge)

NMC Career & Employment Fair

Over 70 participating businesses & non-profits!

NMC Career Fair (Click Image To Enlarge)

DHHS addresses food stamp cuts across state

By MICHAEL WARTON featured in the Record Eagle Feb. 14, 2016.

Greyhound agrees to settle disability claims

By LYDIA WHEELER - posted on The Hill website on Feb. 8, 2016

Jobs for Vets! - Save the Date, March 22

Jobs for Vets! - Hiring Event

You've served our country, now let's work for you.

Tuesday, March 22, 2016, from 12:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m., at the Hagerty Conference Center | Traverse City, MI 49686.

Scam Alert - Fake Social Security Emails

Posted on SSA Blog on  by

Super Saturday Special - Feb. 6

Super Saturday Special (Click on image to enlarge)




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