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Tools to Support Retaining Choice in Medical Situations


Join Michigan Alliance for Families for Tools to Support Retaining Choice in Medical Situations. Jan Lampman and Mary Shehan will discuss the importance of recognizing the autonomy of patients with disabilities and the need to change the way medical personnel think about and address patients with disabilities.  Recent clarification of patient rights during the COVID

NMU Wildpups – Animal Assisted Therapy

Northern Center at Northern Michigan University 1401 Presque Isle Ave, Marquette, MI

Come Visit The Wildpups Thursday March 16! If you miss your pup back at home or need a way to ease the anxieties that come with being a college student, the Wildpups are here to help!

U-M Adaptive Sports & Fitness: Wheelchair Tennis

University of Michigan Varsity Tennis Center 2250 S. State St, Ann Arbor, MI

Join the University of Michigan’s adaptive sports, open to all community members on a drop-in basis at no cost. Masks and COVID vaccination required of participants. Must register 3 days in advance. Wheelchair Tennis Thursdays: 6:30-8:30 pm * Note: Now outdoors at a new time! * University of Michigan Varsity Tennis Center outdoor courts, 2250

Event Series A Healing Journey

A Healing Journey

All Things Possible Wellness Center 16645 15 Mile Rd, Clinton Twp, MI

Join the Empowering Women Group for survivors of domestic violence hosted by All Things Possible Wellness Center, PLLC Purpose: To provide an environment of respect and support that will enable participants to address their experiences as survivors of domestic violence. Where: All Things Possible Wellness Center, PLLC 16645 15 Mile Road, Clinton Township, MI 48035

Learn About Living in Your Own Place


Community Transition Trainers will: • Talk with individuals with disabilities & their families about living in the community. • Share experiences & answer questions. • Provide ongoing peer support for 12 months for people moving to their own place! Registration Required February 20 Registration: March 17 Registration:

St. Patrick’s Day Dance

The Arc of Detroit 51 West Hancock, Detroit, MI

Friday March 17, 2023 4:30 pm until 7:00pm ​​The Arc Detroit 51 W. Hancock Detroit, MI 48201 Vaccinations Boosters Required For more information contact The Arc Detroit: 313 831 0202 313 478 0302

Greater Lansing Sibshop

Okemos Library Community Room 4321 Okemos Rd, Okemos, MI

We are excited to announce our next Sibshop event which will take place on Saturday, March 18 from 4:30-6:00 PM.  This event will take place at the Okemos Library in the  Community Room.  This will be for siblings ages 7-11. Just to clarify Sibshop is just for the siblings of a child with a disability

Spirit Club – Virtual Exercise


SPIRIT CLUB is a free 1 hour exercise program. Attend as many or as few sessions as you like. Mondays at 9:30-10:30 AM We have contracted with SPIRIT Club to offer this exercise program. SPIRIT Club exercise classes are specifically designed to present a range of options to suit everyone. Follow this link for more information, and

Event Series Men’s Group

Men’s Group


he/him/his  | they/them/their Disability Network invites you to virtually join us on Mondays at 10:00 a.m. EST for our Men's Group. This group is for men in our community seeking support, an opportunity to learn new skills and a chance to connect with other men with disabilities. We will work on managing stress, frustrations and

The Arc Livingston Parent Support Group

Brighton Coffee House 306 W. Main Street, Brighton, MI

*Parents Supporting Parents of Children and Adults with Disabilities* Join us for The Arc Livingston Parent Support Group. A chance to get together with other parents of children or adults with disabilities to network, get support and give support. Meetings are held on the third Monday of each month from October 2022 thru May 2023. 

Being Seen: One Deafblind Woman’s Fight to End Ableism

The Northern Center 1401 Presque Isle, Marquette, MI

Join us for the Diversity Common Reader 2023 Keynote! Elsa Sjunneson is an award winning Deafblind author and editor living in Seattle, Washington. Her fiction and nonfiction writing has been praised as “eloquence and activism in lockstep” and has been published in dozens of venues around the world. In 2022 her book, Being Seen won