DNOM’s REC-it Trailer
This past November, DNOM was able to take one step closer to its goal of having a trailer with adaptive recreational equipment in it so that we can serve our community members in Oakland & Macomb through our REC-it Program. syncreon of Auburn Hills raised $12,000 to sponsor our dream of purchasing a trailer so we could begin filling it with adaptable equipment to take to local, recreational events, making the equipment available to let people with disabilities participate while educating the community about accessibility and inclusivity.
Way to go team! We are so thankful to syncreon for having made our longtime REC-IT Trailer dream come true.
Disability Network Oakland & Macomb is excited to host this FREE 10-week workshop on living well with a disability.
The healthier you are, the more you are able to do.
This 10-week workshop is designed for people with disabilities who want to learn new skills, meet new people and improve their quality of life by improving their health. Learning healthy lifestyle habits is possible and fun with the support of peers.
Living Well Michigan Workshop is based on the Independent Living Philosophy that emphasizes personal choice, self-determination and peer support as essential components for living independently in the community. Participants in Living Well Michigan Workshop develop independent living skills such as goal setting, problem solving and communication skills and have the opportunity to practice them in a supportive peer environment.
For more information and to register
Who We Are
Disability Network Oakland & Macomb is a private non-profit, non-residential organization run for and by people with disabilities.
Disability Network Oakland & Macomb is committed to promoting inclusion for all by breaking down barriers and opening paths towards independence and personal choice through resources, advocacy, information, support and education.
Disability Network Oakland & Macomb is an equal opportunity employer.
Disability Network Oakland & Macomb provides Information and Referral services linking our consumers to agencies and resources that may provide funding for various disability related needs and services. However, we do not provide direct funding ourselves.
Disability Network Oakland & Macomb’s Resource Advocacy program is funded in part by the Federal Older Americans Act and Michigan’s Aging & Adult Services (Department of Health and Human Services) through the Area Agency on Aging 1-B. Disability Network Oakland & Macomb complies with the terms and regulations of the Title V of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 as amended and Section 504 of the Social Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and is an Equal Opportunity Employer program. Reasonable accommodation will be provided upon notification or request.
For the accessibility and well-being of our employees and visitors, Disability Network Oakland & Macomb is a chemical and fragrance-free office. We ask that you please refrain from wearing colognes and perfumes when visiting.