This year to celebrate the 28th anniversary of the American’s Disabilities Act, we had BBQ catered by Satchel’s BBQ and cookies decorated by our youth group, along with cycling demonstrations by PEAC – Programs to Educate All Cyclists, garden demonstrations by Project Grow, adaptive tennis and basketball, lawn games, and more! Thanks to our sponsors Chemical Bank, GNS Medical Supplies, Fusion Medical, and Quality Home Medical Equipment for a great day! To see full-size images,… We had a “ball” at this year’s ADA Summer Celebration Party!Read More We had a “ball” at this year’s ADA Summer Celebration Party!
Thursday, July 26 4:00pm – 7:00pm Ann Arbor CIL 3941 Research Park Drive, Ann Arbor, MI 48108 Register by clicking here! 28 years ago, the American Disabilities Act was signed into law, paving the way for a better and more equal life for people with disabilities. On Thursday, July 26, join us for food, fun, and festivities to celebrate this important milestone! Free BBQ picnic Cookie decorating Lawn games Board games Adaptive tennis demonstration Bring… Sunny or Rain! Join us today for the Annual Summer PicnicRead More Sunny or Rain! Join us today for the Annual Summer Picnic
Last week 29 youth in the Monroe transition program tackled resume writing and job searching. We’re so proud of this crew and all their hard work!! Thanks to staff member Tennery McCutcheon for making this program so fantastic!Read More Youth in Monroe Tackle Resumes
The media portrays disability in all kinds of ways — sometimes positive, sometimes negative, and sometimes just plain wrong. This summer, youth in our Girl Talk support and social group examined the issue in a variety of tv, movie, and other forms. Here, they gave kudos to the tv show, “Glee” for its portrayal of the character, Artie.Read More Girl Talk Debates Disability in the Media