Community Connections Podcast | Episode 2

Successful Youth Transition

Welcome to Disability Network's Community Connections podcast where we promote personal empowerment and positive social change for people with disabilities.

Join us for our podcast where Executive Director Jim Moore discusses the topic of youth transitioning into adulthood with Disability Network's Community Resource Specialist Nicole Miller.

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For More Information

Nicole Miller is a Community Resource Specialist for Disability Network of Northern Michigan in Traverse City. Nicole is dedicated to family supports and assisting individuals, families, caregivers and providers to create opportunities allowing individuals to live their best life. Visit Disability Network’s Family Supports’ website for additional resources and details on how to participate in Parent Network program offerings. | 231 922 0903

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