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Disability Network Kicks Off Campaign for Beach Access Projects in Traverse City & Alanson

Mother & Daughter Moments

Disability Network Provides Opportunity: Kate’s Story

KateMeet Kate. First and foremost, Kate describes herself as a woman, a mother to her companion dog, Candy, and partner to her best friend, Todd. Kate is an advocate, volunteer, and an active member of Disability Network’s Advocacy Council ...

Whole Again

First Runner with Down Syndrome Finishes NYC Marathon

Disney’s New Disability Access Service Card: Everything You Need to Know

Disney’s Guest Assistance Card (GAC) program is changing, and starting Oct. 9, will be called the Disability Access Service Card (DAS Card).

Deaf, Loud and Proud

UCP & U of M Host Family Adaptive Sports Fair in Ann Arbor on Oct. 6

The United Cerebral Palsy of Michigan and the University of Michigan Comprehensive Care Center for Cerebral Palsy are hosting a Free Family Fun Fair on October 6 from 1-4pm at Washtenaw Community College in Ann Arbor to introduce adaptive sports ...

Blackbird Arts Offers Scholarships for Inclusive Art Classes

Stained Glass Class

Mental Health and Wellness Workgroups Formed

New Accessible Playground Rules May Not Go Far Enough

Petoskey Beach Becomes Accessible To All

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