Connections That Count (CTC) is a service-learning group that provides support to individuals with disabilities and their families. CTC offers mentorship and socialization skill aids through social activities like bowling, dancing and swimming.
National website where families are able to search for mentoring programs in their area.
Michigan Parents of Children with Visual Impairments is an affiliate of the National Association of Parents of Children with Visual Impairments (NAPVI.) We strive to help families with support, information, advocacy, and events that are fun, educational, and practical. MPVI is a group of families, members of the blind community, and professionals who have or work with children who are blind or visually impaired.
Community Living Services is offering training and education to parents and caregivers who want to become Parent Mentors/Family Support Specialists. The Parent Mentor/Family Support Specialist will assist parents and caregivers in bridging gaps within the mental health system.
Categorized:Advocacy & Support
, Case Management
, Community Resources
, Medical Services & Testing
, Transition to Adulthood
Athletes with Disabilities Network - Northeast (ADN) mission is to promote a better quality of life for people with physical disabilities, especially for veterans and first responders by mentoring and creating awareness and offering opportunities for local athletic, recreational and educational activities. Programs include the Athletes with Disabilities Hall of Fame, Extremity Games, Mentoring & Outreach, Academic Scholarships and the Adaptive Sports Coalition.