For the second year in a row, Disability Network of Mid-Michigan is honored to be a donation recipient from the Knights of Columbus annual fundraiser. This fundraiser, often referred to as the “Tootsie Roll Drive” is really a “Campaign for People with Intellectual Disabilities”. The nickname is due to the nature of the fundraiser in which […]Full Article
Access America is a television program discussing issues of importance to people with disabilities. Access America is filmed at Midland Community Television Studios. … Read More
Owning a home is something toward which many of us strive. For people with disabilities, and in particular, those who may have recently acquired a disability, being able to … Read More
In a recent YouTube video celebrating the 26th anniversary of the signing into law the Americans With Disabilities Act, Lt. Governor of Michigan Brian Calley called it the next great Civil Rights Movement. We couldn’t agree more. Accessibility for persons with disabilities is making the world work better for everyone.Full Article
On Thursday, July 21, Disability Network of Mid Michigan was proud to be the Community Organization of the Night at the Great Lakes Loons Game in Midland, MI. Our staff of DNMM was on hand meeting our wonderful current and future customers to provide information about all the many services our organization provides. And of course […]Full Article
Twenty-six years ago today President George H. W. Bush signed the Americans with Disabilities Act into law.
This was an important moment in history for which we are all grateful! It was a long road to get here, and a great accomplishment. THE LAW STATES: The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) prohibits discrimination and ensures equal opportunity for persons with disabilities in employment, State and local government services, public accommodations, […]Full Article
The Midland 100 Club has donated $15,000 to The Disability Network of Mid-Michigan. The money will be used to purchase a specially equipped van to transport local young people with disabilities to various events that focus on employment, independent living skills, and recreation. “Having a van available to us will help our youth participate in […]Full Article