What have we learned about being a community? Girls’ Social Group meets November 8 in Mason

Friday, November 8 will be the 4th in our series of 6 for the Fall season of 2019. We’ve been talking about community. What does it mean? What is my community, versus the community of school or my town? Experiencing the World Around Us Places we think visitors to Lansing would enjoy: Everything at MSU,…

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Join us on Thursday, April 19 for the LINCs meeting…one of the best things going on in Lansing for young adults with disabilities!

LINCS Meeting Notice View this email in your browser LINCS Educational Session for Families THURSDAY, April 19, 2018 6:30 p.m. Pilgrim Congregational Church 125 S. Pennsylvania Ave., Lansing, MI FOCUS on:       DNCAP Disability Network Capital Area Knowing what resources are available in our community and knowing how to navigate them can be overwhelming. Disability Network Capital…

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HOW I GOT STARTED AS AN ENTREPRENEUR — Anna Schuck

One of our participants has had a story published in the Michigan Family Connections Newsletter. You can read it below! I’m going to tell you about how I got started as a retailer. It all started when I was about three years old. My mom had gotten some plastic animals for me. I played with…

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Meeting Thursday 3/1 in Mason

We’ll be meeting for the Girls’ Social Group on March 1 and 15, and then every first and third Thursday through May. We meet at 1981 Eden Road in Mason. We meet from 6:30 to 8. Put a comment below if you want to ask questions. Is there someone you’d think might like to know…

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Got Transition?

Have you visited GotTransition.org? Got Transition aims to improve transition from pediatric to adult health care through the use of new and innovative strategies for health professionals and youth and families. For many young people with disabilities or other health care related issues, the transition to adult health care systems can be quite a challenge.…

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Younger girls, too — Meeting in 2018

A new group will begin in February especially for younger girls, ages 12 to 17.

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First Steps into Adult Life

It can be very challenging to take your first steps into adult life. If you are a young adult with a disability that makes it difficult or impossible to find work, you might try going to college. But if you also find it difficult or impossible to attend college right now, there’s probably very few…

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The 4 Parts of Girls Social Group Meetings

The girls’ group will meet on December 5 (Tuesday) and December 14 (Thursday). We meet in Mason, at 1918 Eden Road from 6:30 to 8:00. Girls’ group meetings have four parts. Introduce ourselves and share snacks. Play a game that will make us laugh and talk together. Do an activity together that helps young women…

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Women on the spectrum

Check out this article. It’s worth a read. Women with autism hide complex struggles behind masks Girls Social Group will meet on June 6, 1981 Eden Road, Mason, Michigan. Sign up to receive regular announcements, and send a young woman our way. We all like to make new friends in a safe place.  

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June 6 Girls and Young Women meet for social time

Girls and young women who have autism or other social challenges, disabilities, or just needing to make a new friend can join us on June 6 at 6:30 PM in Mason (near Lansing), Michigan. Lydia Schuck, a transition-to-adulthood specialist, facilitates this group. Our goal is for every girl or young woman to be able to…

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