Living with Disabilities Meetup Groups

Meet with people in your local area who live with various Disabilities. Learn how others cope with their disability, offer support and make new friends.

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We are a group of Deaf, hard of hearing, and hearing people who meet every week to chat in ASL. This group is open to ANYONE with an interest in American Sign Language and Deaf culture, from beginning ASL students to those who are fluent. We especial

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ASL Enthusiasts
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Welcome to CASPAN, the Chicago Autism SPectrum Adult (and Teen) Network! Meet with local teens, young adults and adults affected by Asperger's, autism, PDD-NOS, and related autistic spectrum and pervasive developmental issues. Both formally and self-

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People on the Autism Spectrum
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Do you find that people act surprised when you tell them you have a disability? Do they say "But you don't look sick" or ask what's your disability really about? Are you wanting support to move ahead in your life despite your disability? Are you want

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Being dyslexic can mean both challenges and opportunities when establishing and maintaining a successful career. In a study conducted by Professor Logan from Cass Business School it was "found that dyslexic people display better skills in oral commun

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CHADD is a national non-profit organization serving children and adults with attention deficit disorders. We provide support, education, and resources for those with AD/HD, parents of children with AD/HD, spouses and anyone who wishes to support the

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ADD'ers
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We are group of people that gives support for those coping with chronic pain, physical disability and illness. We support each other through sharing experiences, feelings and knowledge. I'm sorry, but we are not a cancer support group specifically.­

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Coping with Chronic Pain/illness
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Meet other local Parents of Children with Special Needs, regardless of diagnosis. Gather for support, advice, and companionship. Enjoy socializing with both parents and children.

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Parents of Special Needs Kids
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This club is unique, as far as support groups go, because the key is to have fun and facilitate friendships while educating the community about epilepsy. We can introduce each other to favorite New York City venues and bond over similar issues. We us

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Friends with Epilepsy
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Our group is a Social Network for the  Special Needs Community and their Parents/Guardians/Caretakers coming together to Make a Difference in Our Children's Lives. ~~~~~~~~~ There are scheduled events happening in New Jersey... Such as Dances, Movi

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Happy Friends
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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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September 20, 2014

The San Antonio DREAM group is a support group for narcoleptics, as well as friends, family and spouses of narcoleptics. Our name is an acronym for our objectives: Discussion, Relief, Empathy, Awareness and Motivation. We meet to participate in open

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September 16, 2014

This group is for young adults who have various disabilities and are high functioning. Why don't we get together and do some fun things like bowling, going to the movies, shopping, taking short day trips, or anything else YOU might like to do in an a

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young adults in 20's and 30's
September 13, 2014

Launched in 1991, Footloose Sailing Association is the Northwest’s premiere Sailing program for people of all disabilities, their friends, family and caregivers. We are dedicated to bringing independence on the water and competence in the sport of sa

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September 9, 2014

This is a group for high-functioning young adults with various disabilities, including Autism, ADHD, and other social challenges in the Northwest Houston area who want to be more socially active. The group is inclusive of all disabilities and plans f

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Socializers
September 8, 2014

Our Houston group has been meeting since October 2010. Each month, parents, therapists and teachers come together to discuss our favorite apps and how we are using them. We celebrate successes and support each other when we get discouraged. We help p

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Members
September 8, 2014

The Fort Worth local meeting began in April 2014. It is led by Sue Anderson and Marilyn Tolbert and meets on the TCU campus. We are building this community of parents, therapists and teachers who come together to discuss mobile devices, favorite apps

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September 6, 2014

This group is for anyone interested in talking about things that have helped and hurt there conditions. Also, any one just wanting to vent.

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Auto Immune Friends
September 1, 2014

Welcome everyone; I am Neelima creator of the group. The group aims to form community of patients, and friends dealing with Gastroparesis – diabetic or idiopathic. Including myself who have been diagnosed with idiopathic Gastroparesis. We proposed

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August 29, 2014
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This group offers a variety of social activities for adults with developmental or intellectual disabilities who reside with their families or independently in Worcester, Auburn, Leicester, Boylston, West Boylston, Holden, Paxton or Shrewsbury. Activ

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August 27, 2014

While all families face challenges, those of us with brothers and sisters who are on the Autism Spectrum experience unusual problems as children, and more complicated issues as adults.  This group seeks to provide a supportive forum to siblings who l

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