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Supporting Successful Youth Transition to Adulthood

Self-Advocacy

by Disability Network Community Resource Specialist Nicole Miller

 

Working with Disabilities

The Challenges and Benefits of Remote Work

by Disability Network Employment Specialist John Burtrum

People with disabilities are often a very undervalued and unused resource for local employers. They represent a great untapped talent pool that many more employers should consider when recruiting and ...

Arcadia Dunes Trails

Two Hidden Gems for Universal Access to Nature

by Disability Network Executive Director Jim Moore

A one hour drive out of Traverse City will take you to one of the most breathtaking views of Lake Michigan to be found anywhere ...

Going Beyond Paved Trails

Increasing Disability Access to Outdoor Recreational Opportunities

by Rowan Brady

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