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5 Accessible Activities the Whole Family Can Enjoy this Summer

Summer is the perfect time to explore, but not every destination is equipped for the whole family. Here are a few places for family fun.
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Bitty & Beau’s: Bringing Unique Customer Service to Ann Arbor

Coffee franchise Bitty & Beau’s plans to open a store in Ann Arbor with a staff of majority people with developmental and intellectual disabilities.
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COVID-19’s Impact on Local Homeschoolers in Washtenaw County

Although most would think COVID-19 didn't affect homeschooling, it actually did. Here's what happened to homeschooling when COVID hit.
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NamaSitter Aims to Help Prenatal Women Prioritize Health and Wellness

Sarah Burch is in the process of starting Namasitter where she will offer private yoga lessons to prenatal women. Here's what you should know.
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The struggle to accommodate children with IEPs and 504s

The struggle to accommodate children with unique learning needs
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A Community Culture of Advocacy

A2IDEAS promotes education, advocacy, and inclusion for all When my son was eight years old, he attended his own IEP (individualized education plan). Aware of his diagnosis of ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder), he was encouraged...

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