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After I’m Gone Program

The After I’m Gone Program assists families who have a family member with a disability inplanning for their future when they are no longer able to provide care. This program is offered free of charge by The Arc Western Wayne County and The Arc Northwest Wayne County, funded by The Detroit Wayne Integrated Health Network.

Powerful Tools for Caregivers

Online

Powerful Tools for Caregivers was designed to help family caregivers better care for themselves while caring for a relative or friend. This 6-week online workshop was developed as an educational program designed to help informal family caregivers better care for themselves while caring for a relative or friend. Caregivers will benefit from the class whether

Molly of Denali: An Alaskan Adventure

Grand Rapids Children's Museum 11 Sheldon Ave NE, Grand Rapids, MI

Ready for your next adventure? In this new exhibit based on the PBS KIDS® series Molly of Denali, join Molly and her family and friends as you explore the great outdoors of Alaska and learn all about Alaska Native life! In this play-and-learn exhibit, visitors can: Fly a bush plane Drive a snowmobile Navigate a

Autistic Adult Peer Support – Tuesday

Online

This group provides an opportunity for Autistic adults to enjoy authentic social interactions and build genuine friendships in a safe and non-judgmental space. All Autistic adults are welcome to attend, including self-diagnosed Autistics and those who were previously diagnosed with Asperger’s or PDD. Meetings will be held online using Zoom. Follow this link for a

Sensory Friendly Haircuts

Sharkey's Hair It Is 5645 Jackson Road, Dexter, MI

Call 734-585-5089 to book your appointment! Limited spots available. FREE

Recurring Event Phenomenal Women Support Group

Phenomenal Women Support Group

Online

This women’s support group is open to women with any type of disability. Women are welcome to come share experiences of living with a disability, support other women living with a disability and discuss a variety of topics of interest in a safe, nonjudgmental environment. The group meets every Tuesday from 11:00 a.m. – 12:30

How To Develop and Maintain Trust in School-Family Partnerships

Online

There is an important connection between trust, school, and family engagement. This workshop will focus on the importance of building trusting family-school relationships for improved student outcomes for children who receive special education supports and services. Real-life examples will be shared by seasoned mediator/facilitator and parent of child with a disability. · Definition of trust

Recurring Event TAG Team

TAG Team

Disability Network - Community Bldg Kalamazoo 517 E. Crosstown Parkway, Kalamazoo, MI

Transportation Advocacy Group (TAG Team) monitors the day-to-day service of public transit to ensure it complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Learn advocacy and leadership skills while making a real difference in Kalamazoo County. No experience needed! TAG Team meets on the 2nd & 4th Wednesday of every month at 11:00 a.m. –

Recurring Event Access Team

Access Team

Disability Network - Community Bldg Kalamazoo 517 E. Crosstown Parkway, Kalamazoo, MI

The Access Team works on projects that improve accessibility for people with disabilities in our communities and educates businesses and community leaders about barriers to full inclusion. Learn advocacy and leadership skills while making a real difference in Kalamazoo County. No experience needed! The Access Team meets on the 2nd & 4th Wednesday of every

Transforming Transition Together (T3)

Online

Training Description This training series will provide participants with an overview of secondary transition resources and key components for practice and implementation of evidence-based practice transition supports and services. The key components addressed in this training will be Agency Coordination and Collaboration, Education: Transition services and the IEP, Employment, Empowering Students, and Independent Living. This training series

$5
Recurring Event Autism 101

Autism 101

Online

This course is geared for professionals to increase understanding of autism in the education and clinical setting.This course will cover: Information on the core features of autism Red flags and early warning signs of autism Medical and mental health comorbidities Components of a diagnostic evaluation Variability and presentation of behaviors associated with autism Prevalence and

Transition from School to Adulthood

Online

This free, online workshop will teach participants how the IEP transition plan can be used along with community resources to make a smooth transition from school to adulthood. This workshop will help you: • Understand the legal requirements of IEPs regarding transition planning and why it’s important • Understand the different parts of your student's