Kayaks are lined up in a row and the lake can be seen in the background.

iKayak Returns This Summer to Genesee County

Developed to provide inclusive and accessible outdoor experiences, iKayak offers individuals with disabilities the opportunity to explore the Flint River’s waterways through adaptive kayaking. The program is back for 2023, promising memorable experiences and empowering individuals to connect with nature. What started as a collaboration between The Disability Network and Kayak Flint, iKayak is a […]

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Portraits of Persons with Disabilities photojournalist coming to TDN in May

The Disability Network will host Detroit-based photojournalist Laura Suprenant for her current series, Portraits of Persons with Disabilities. Laura shares on her website, “The Portraits of Persons with Disabilities Project aims to change the perception of PWD, starting with the people themselves. Through photography, we create a respectful portrait of each person’s unique form.” Learn […]

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May Activities for TDN Connect

Join TDN Connect for this month’s recreation and health programs held at The Disability Network and around the community. TDN Connect is a multi-faceted program series designed to help you learn new independent living skills by inviting you to participate in recreation and leisure programs. Our series includes adaptive cooking, exercise, crafting, and mental health […]

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The Bureau of Services for Blind Persons (BSBP) Hosts Open House at New Office

The Bureau of Services for Blind People (BSBP) welcomed visitors to its new location on March 23. Just down the road from its previous location, the new office is inside the Michigan Works building at 711 North Saginaw in downtown Flint. The Bureau of Services for Blind Persons Training Center (BSBPTC) is a comprehensive rehabilitative center, specializing in assisting youth and adults who are blind and low vision.”

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April Activities for TDN Connect

Join TDN Connect for this month’s recreation and health programs held at The Disability Network and around the community. TDN Connect is a multi-faceted program series designed to help you learn new independent living skills by inviting you to participate in recreation and leisure programs. Our series includes adaptive cooking, exercise, crafting, and mental health […]