Getting together Spring 2021

cup of steaming coffee Starting on April 16 and going through June 11, Eden Transition will once again be hosting social groups on Friday afternoons in downtown Mason. We'll gather in front of Bestsellers Books and Cafe. Then we'll either stay there at tables in the street (if the tables are there like they were... Continue Reading →

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A Day Worth Having

"Have a nice day!" "Hope you have a great day!" "Stay safe!" We hear all these things often. Young adults with disabilities, however, may be lonely and be hard-pressed to say what a nice day would be. Time with a friend? Time alone with a parent? Going shopping at a favorite place? Traveling the paved... Continue Reading →

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Virtual Career-Focused College Fair

April 23, 9am – 1pm CapCAN invites all high school students to attend its 7th annual Launch Your Dream Career-Focused College Fair from 9am to 1pm. This is the first time this event will be completely virtual. Students, teachers, counselors and parents can join the event at https://heydays.io/events/capcan.  During the event, students can explore over... Continue Reading →

Advocate for yourself or someone else in the special education system–Learn how

Photo by Christina Morillo on Pexels.com From the Michigan Alliance for Families Registration is open for Parents, Grandparents, and Caregivers to join us on Tuesday, March 23 for a Parent Advocacy learning opportunity. https://tinyurl.com/yxpb74ruYou are a your child's first and best advocate. During this workshop, parents and caregivers will learn to improve their advocacy skills to... Continue Reading →

SSI info, mental health, and assistive tech workshops

Live webstreaming is available for all of these workshops. Just use the link below each description.Assistive Technology to Increase Independence for Young Adults with Disabilities Date: Wednesday, September 30, 2020 Time: 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM This workshop will explore tools for independence, including devices and apps for time management, tasks, medications, money, meals, transportation,... Continue Reading →

Show Me the Rent.com–best new resource for housing

Best new discovery in the housing journey: Show Me the Rent .com is a website that allows you to search for apartments – including accessible units – in any area of the state. Take a look at what is available in your area. No guarantees of completeness, but it is a place to start. Let... Continue Reading →

Waiting for something to change?

If you're like me and my family, you've been muddling along, getting things done, but hoping for a big change so that you can feel confident about going out and getting together with friends and family. But, if you ARE like me, you're still a little puzzled about what to do, how to spend time... Continue Reading →

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