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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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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Buddies
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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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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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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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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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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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January 27, 2015

This is a group for the strong and brave women living in the Greater Pittsburgh Area who suffer from Endometriosis. I'm starting this group because I know how difficult it can be for others in our lives to understand the battle we fight on a daily ba

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Endo Warriors
January 26, 2015

Ojos, manos y oídos a la literatura es un círculo/sala de lectura formado en el año de 2009 con el propósito de fomentar la lectura mediante un espacio de charla y discusión amena, está dirigido a personas con debilidad o discapacidad visual así como

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Lectores
January 25, 2015

This is a group for people who suffer from any level of Mutiple Sclerosis, their caregivers, their families, their friends, physicians and any one else who is interested in learning more about MS and developing relationships with others that are figh

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Fighters
January 25, 2015

"But you don't look sick" - If you have an invisible illness, you've heard those five words more than you can count! Spoonie Friends is a group that understands what you're going through because we go through it, too. We're here to share a few laughs

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Spoonie Friends
January 24, 2015

This is a group for providers and/or caregivers of persons with Developmental Disabilities. We'll share, support, raise our vibration, laugh, dance, eat, discuss and create solutions through Law of Attraction, meditation, gratitude, visualizing and f

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Deliberate Creators
January 19, 2015

The purpose of the Young Adult Initiative is to partner with a variety of organizations to plan social activities that connect young adults with and without disabilities together. Our events are open to any young adult that has a disability, knows so

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Young Adults
January 17, 2015

Team River Runner is a non-profit organization, Team River Runner believes that every wounded and disabled veteran deserves the opportunity to embrace new challenges, invoke leadership, and promote camaraderie. Team River Runner provides an outlet to

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Paddlers, veterans, volunteers
January 16, 2015
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This is a group where parents can get together and share their experiences and ideas. The children can have fun working on their speech and communication skills in a variety of fun, safe and encouraging environments. I started this group because my

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Moms
January 15, 2015
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This is a group for anyone who has a chronic illness, a mental illness, or who is disabled in the Seattle area. The goal of this group is for people with similar problems to connect. Chronic illness and disabilities are isolating. Let's try to make t

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Spoonies
January 13, 2015

Hey all- Reaching out to young adults like myself who grew up or have an interest in progressive/mainline Christian denominations. I'm wondering if there are some out here on Long Island looking for a place that will accept them for who they are whi

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