Sensory Spaces for People with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
For people with Autism Spectrum Disorder, spaces that are too-bright or too-loud can be painfully overwhelming. Sensory-friendly activities can help.
New Bill of Rights for Travelers with Disabilities Won’t Replace Self-Advocacy
Juanita Lillie, who is blind, says while she is happy to see a Bill of Rights for air travelers with disabilities, self-advocacy remains key.
The Family Center of Michigan Helps Parents and Caregivers Find Resources
The Family Center offers information and connections to community-based resources for families of children with special health care needs.
Spotlight on Ocqueoc Falls, One of Michigan’s Few Universally Accessible Waterfalls
Enjoying waterfalls should be something everyone can do. Michigan has a couple great accessible waterfall locations in the Upper and Lower peninsulas.
Accessible Boat Launches, Fishing Spots Across Michigan
Boating and fishing are popular pastimes in Michigan, and accessibility is driving improvements to fishing piers and boat launches across the state.
Beach Wheelchairs Make Michigan Lakes More Accessible
Electric track chairs at state parks have made trips to the beach and even enjoying a dip in the lake much more accessible to people in the last few years.
Accessible Trails and Fishing Spots Expanding at Michigan State Campgrounds and Parks
If you or someone close to you needs easy-to-reach sites or trails at state campgrounds, or accessible fishing spots, here’s the best way to find them.
People with Developmental Disabilities Find Success in the Workplace
When you have a developmental disability, workplace issues can seem overwhelming. A company’s support can make all the difference.
Be an Ally for People with Disabilities in the Winter
Something as simple as entering a building can be downright dangerous for someone with a physical disability or other mobility issues.