Disability Rights Meetups

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

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**You must be a member to RSVP or post an event , job, etc. on the message board. Not a member? It's free to join - on your profile share as much or as little as you'd like about your social justice connections. Socializing for Justice (SoJust) is b

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Best Buddies is a movement towards understanding, acceptance and integration for people with developmental disabilities. Founded by Anthony Kennedy Shriver over 20 years ago, Best Buddies creates one-to-one mutually enriching friendships between peop

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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March 25, 2015

This is a group for people living with a disability of any kind. Let's discuss our limitations, difficulties and most importantly what we can do to alleviate identifiable difficulties. Emotional support is so critical to many of us, let's provide tha

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March 20, 2015

This is the page for the Central Kentucky chapter of the Autistic Self-Advocacy Network. ASAN is a national level, grassroots, disability rights nonprofit run by & for Autistic people. We advocate for systems change, ensure that the voices of Autisti

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March 19, 2015

We are parents of children who are blind or low vision getting together to share information, joys and obstacles that are specific to having a kid with this type of disability. We like to break bread at new and interesting restaurants during our lunc

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POAKs (Parents Of Amazing Kids)
March 15, 2015

Have you or someone you love had a stroke? Coping with the Aftermath of a stroke? Let's have some fun and grow together in our journey toward wellness and vitality. Movies, dining out, comedy,concerts, group discussions, explore nature, and anything

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Stroke Survivors
March 9, 2015

Home of Guiding Hands (HGH) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit public benefit corporation that provides quality support and training services to individuals with developmental disabilities. As an industry leader for more than 45 years, HGH is dedicated to prov

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March 8, 2015

Teaching is hard, and it matters. Often, though, we spend all day in our classrooms with kids. We see other adults only in passing - racing through staff rooms, over the copier, at pick up time - and many non teachers can't understand why something a

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World-changers
March 5, 2015

We are dedicated to connecting people interested in or affected by accessible design or use of accessibility in the innovation process. Whether you work for a company and want to improve the accessibility of your products, want to start a company for

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February 24, 2015

Services for visually impaired and blind people Headquartered in our North Metro office, the Beyond Vision program provides individual services and facilitates outreach and low-vision support groups for people who are visually impaired or blind and r

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February 19, 2015

The Maryland Sibling Network is a group for siblings of people with disabilities to connect. State Chapter of the Sibling Leadership Network.

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Siblings
February 16, 2015

Grupo de personas con problemas de movilidad reducida que quieran unirse a un movimiento: 00limits. Rompemos las barreras en los desplazamientos del día a día gracias a las nuevas tecnologías

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