Spring Into Something New at TDN

New Sessions for TDN Connect

TDN Connect continues with fun programming and new workshops this spring and
summer. The program is designed to connect people and provide a way to learn new skills and independent living completely online. People interested need only a phone, tablet, or computer and internet access to attend. All classes are offered through Zoom.

Many of the programs remain the same, including cooking, exercise, and a book club. Creative writing
sessions have been added along with new crafts for the upcoming months.

Programming includes: Cooking Energize with Exercise Crafting Club Beyond the Book Club Mental Health
Check-Ins Creative and adaptive writing

Recreation In Person

Do you like drawing or painting? Have you always wanted to kayak down the river on a warm, summer day? The Disability Network is offering two classes in person this spring and summer. Expressions: Inclusive Art Class is held at Flint Institute of Arts and introduces artists to different mediums and techniques. Classes run the second and fourth Wednesdays of the month, from 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM.

Our inclusive kayaking program, iKayak, provides an opportunity for people s to participate in adaptive kayaking on beautiful Buell Lake. Equipment, training, and 1:1 support included! These are small classes to help ensure safety and social distancing. Masks will be worn for in-person events.

Contact Carrie Gerdeman at 810-742-1800 or carrieg@disnetwork.org to sign up!