This course engages the student in work readiness and workforce development for those with sickle cell disease. It teaches the management of everyday life, employment, and sustainability skills.
This course provides and in-depth training of the current policies pertaining to the COVID-19 pandemic and how it affects those with disabilities.
For those who are 55 years and older, this is the best place to enjoy learning and growing together. Sign up to give and receive support from your peer group.
The goal of art therapy is to utilize the creative process to help people explore self-expression and, in doing so, find new ways to gain personal insight and develop new coping skills.
The Housing 101 Workshop will engage the participants in organizing, budgeting, understanding your credit, landlord/tenant issues, rental application process, and everyday living. You have completed Housing 101 and Housing 102 is next. You would like more information on how to prepare for purchasing a home, more information on credit scores, and maintaining a home for the long term.
Available to residents of the city of Detroit and Wayne hCounty, only, Disabled Homeowners may be granted a full (100%) or partial (50%) exemption from their property taxes. Each applicant must own and occupy the property as his/her primary Homestead as of December 31, 2021 and meet specific income requirements.
Take this 4 hour online workshop and receive your food handler's certificate the next day. Also, we have a great employment link for those who complete the course and looking for jobs within this network.
Some people mistakenly believe they can’t own a home or get a mortgage because of a disability.
There are new programs that assist the disabled with qualifying for a new home. Take this course to find out more.
Would you like to learn more about getting around Detroit on the transit bus system? What are some safety measures that you can take? Enroll in our mobility services course today!
Find out how your SSI and other government assistance affects your ability to work and how you should report your income.
Financial literacy is the ability to understand and effectively use various financial skills, including personal financial management, budgeting, and investing. Financial literacy is the foundation of your relationship with money, and it is a life-long journey of learning.
Employment means greater economic self-sufficiency, an opportunity to use their skills, and more active participation in community life. Gain skills that will prepare you for employment with an invisible or visible disability.
Men Support group provides a place for disabled men, 18+, to talk about their experiences with others who have the same or similar conditions. Some support groups exist solely for individuals who have a particular condition, while others invite family, friends, and caregivers to meetings.
This course is a Google 101 crash course on navigating in the Google classroom and is recommended for those who have no Google classroom experience.