people use accessibke and arthritis friendly cooking tools in class.

Cooking and Connection with TDN

Local residents can now learn recipes from the safety of their homes and connect with others while social distancing. The Disability Network will be offering adaptive cooking classes online starting in December. Classes can be accessed by computer, tablet, or phone.

Led by The Disability Network’s newest team member, Amario Rice, these classes will introduce adaptive cooking tools and techniques that can help home chefs of all expertise in the kitchen.

Ingredient lists will be provided leading up to class sessions so participants can get them before classes begin.

This program is supported in part by the Community Foundation of Greater Flint. The grant allowed The Disability Network to acquire technology for a limited number of participants.

However, there are many more people in our community who could use a tablet, internet access to join this class, and many other virtual classes that will be offered in 2021.

Donations made to our recreational programming will help us pay for tablets, internet access, mobile plans, and materials for local seniors and individuals with disabilities living independently in the community.

With your support, TDN can acquire materials needed to keep people connected to our programs and to each other. Donations can be made using Paypal.