The Disability Network is launching a new temporary ramp program in response to COVID-19 funded by the Community Foundation of Greater Flint.
Six artists participated in The Disability Network’s fall art class held at The Flint Institute of Arts. Expressions Inclusive Art Class, which concluded in late-October, gave students experience with oil pastels, pottery, and acrylic paint over four sessions.
In a tiny garage in Corunna, Michigan, students transformed a truck and learned valuable life lessons during a class is called “Wrenching for the Future”.
We believe in a world where everyone is valued. We stand in solidarity with advocacy organizations across the country to condemn the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis, end the hatred of racism and ensure equality for all people.
It’s okay if you feel like you’re falling apart right now, tacos fall apart and we still love them! If you’re feeling overwhelmed by all of the turbulent things happening in your own world or the world at large, please reach out – your mental health is a priority! Below are resources to get you […]
10 week well living workshop Disability Network Oakland & Macomb is excited to host a 10-week virtual workshop on living well with a disability. This 10-week workshop is designed for people with disabilities who want to learn new skills, meet new people and improve their quality of life by improving their health. Learning healthy lifestyle […]
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By Joel Feick Inside the modern Media Center at the Michigan School for the Deaf, students are learning about “hard skills and soft skills”. TDN’s Youth Ambassador Amanda Banks is helping 5 students with hard skills like college and soft skills like time management. The class is lead by Teresa Miracle, the Communications […]