Disability Rights Meetup Groups

Meet other local people who support Disability Rights. Coordinate to improve and protect the rights of all disabled individuals.

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ASAN-NYC is a social group comprised of adults on the Autism Spectrum who meet up to work toward acceptance of neurodiversity.  Anyone who identifies as being on the Autism Spectrum is welcome.  This is not a support group.  Support may be gotten thr

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Autistics
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Community - Meet others in the Southern Ontario Aspergers Social group. Share your experience in a friendly and accepting space. We want everyone to feel welcome. There are a variety of activities in real life and online - hikes, coffee, board games,

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This is an activity, mutual support, advocacy, etc. community for Autistic Adults (18 years and older) living in Maryland, Northern Virginia, and Washington, D.C.  This community is organized by an Autistic Adult, for Autistic Adults.  We are an incl

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Autistic Adults
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Join us, and meet with others in the area who also embrace neurodiversity!* Promote and advance Autistic Rights through Individual and community-based Self Advocacy, while enjoying a unique social outlet! We are the New Jersey Chapter of the Autisti­

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Autistic Self Advocates + Allies
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Los Angeles Accessibility and Inclusive Design Group We are accessibility and inclusive design practitioners of differing abilities who want to help practitioners who are either unaware of or hesitant to engage in accessible and inclusive design. Man

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Hello and welcome to the ASAN: part social group and support network, part grassroots uprising! Support people: because this is Autistic space, please read the rules for parents, caregivers, and support people. Our activities Monday Meetings are whe

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Self-advocates and supporters
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Autistic Self Advocacy Network, DFW is a chapter of the international non-profit organization run by and for Autistic people. ASAN seeks to improve the representation of the Autistic community in public policy discussions as well as advance the Neuro

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SPANNER is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for young people with developmental disabilities. With the addition of mentors, every club member has a chance to grow socially. SPANNER is an acronym that loosely stands

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We're dedicated to bringing together everyone interested in or affected by accessible design. Whether you work for a company and want to improve the accessibility of your products, are a parent of a child with a disability, or are just passionate abo

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Welcome, This a social group for people living with Multiple Sclerosis. MS can be difficult to manage but we can use it as a great reason to get together and make a positive difference in our lives. This is for people who want to meet new people, bui

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March 19, 2014

Social change and you. This is an initiative where we introduce change makers to an interested set of audience whom we call as thought leaders. The change makers from different fields like alternative arts, drama for the deaf, photography for the bli

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Thought leaders
March 16, 2014

This community is committed to INCLUSION. Inclusion of those of us who have disabilities into the everyday lives of our communities. We see those with disabilities simply as people, people who want to be part of everyday life, people who don't want t

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Community Partners
March 14, 2014
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Grupo de Apoyo a familias e Individuos con herencial cultural latina, que viven con una discapacidad o quienes tiene miembros de su familia con discapaciades. Buscamos educar a nuestra comunidad acerca de los recursos y servicios disponibles en su lo

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March 4, 2014

Women with disabilities have unique issues and unique opportunities. We take our disabilities everywhere we go and sometimes we face barriers. Our disabilities may be obvious and they may be hidden. We may be young women trying to find out place in t

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Women
February 21, 2014
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Deaf-blind SSP Services For over two years, over 50 volunteers have united from across the region, including interpreters, agencies, interpreting training programs, faith groups, and 25 deaf-blind individuals from 8 counties, to coordinate fifteen so

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February 12, 2014

PLAN Toronto is a family-driven, non-profit organization with the goal of helping families overcome the challenges they face in creating and maintaining a good life and safe, secure future for their relative with a disability.

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Families for disabled loved ones
February 6, 2014

We bring together young adults and adults who are anywhere on the autistic spectrum (and allies) to share ideas, to give advice and support, and to create a learning environment for self advocacy. Ground rules that carers, family, professionals, case

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Members
January 30, 2014

This is a group for parents of kids, teens, and young adults with disabilities.  It's also a group for family and friends of people who are differently-abled.  Let's come together for support, friendship, and fun. We can learn from each other and sha

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Loving Parents
January 16, 2014

Disabilities come in all kinds of forms. I have been a diabetic since I was a small kid and they call diabetes a disability. But I never felt or considered myself disabled. At least not until I developed the 2nd auto immune illness. Now I'm in a whee

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Survivors
January 13, 2014

This is a group for disabled people who want to meet other people with similar challenges for emotional support and social activities.

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