Living with Disabilities Meetups

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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PRACTICE: This class is especially good for people who want to draw, paint or improve in a setting completely designed for improving quickly in a supportive and vibrant environment. Only with long classes that you can see a changes even on the same d

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Happy weekend Artists
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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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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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This group is for the unseen and unexplainable. I'm not talking about UFO's, I'm talking about invisible chronic illness. Actually, this group is for anyone dealing with a chronic illness, invisible or not, and the people close to them. My idea for t

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Chronic Hopefuls
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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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August 26, 2015

This is a positive, life affirming support group for people living with MS. We will define our needs and interests and make it happen. We will get speakers to keep us informed; trainers to keep us mobile; and discuss treatments and meds we are taking

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August 26, 2015
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Building Empowered Youth Obtaining Uniqueness!!! or BE YOU!!! is a peer support group designed to help young adults ages 18-24 with disabilities build upon their independence and connect to peers sharing similar experiences. BE YOU focuses on buildin

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August 23, 2015
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The group is a focus for adults with dyslexia and people who are curious about what dyslexia I and is not. We will also discuss tips and strategies for people who are dyslexic to perform better both on the job and in class.

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August 18, 2015

Suffer from fibromyalgia or any other chronic or painful illness? This group is a safe space to chat with fellow sufferers. We all have different experiences and are at different stages in our lives and our illnesses so we invite you to come and shar

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Copers
August 16, 2015

There are little to no support groups for young adults with vision impairment. The focus of Boston's resources are primarily for children or older citizens. Although we are capable beings living in an accessible city, there are still topics and frust

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Friends
August 16, 2015

Hi! There are few support groups for this debilitating spine disbility, meaning sufferers can feel isolated. A meetup, in which sufferers can share symptoms and stories can help moral.

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Scheuermann's Kyphosis sufferers
August 13, 2015

This is a group for high functioning adults with Intellectual Disabilities. Let's get together for active entertainment such as walking or hiking, line dancing or Zumba, bike riding, or easy group sports. We could meet at a park or hiking trail or at

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M.I.D. Friends
August 12, 2015
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group created to support and create a network for parents with disabled children in harrow, https://www.facebook.com/walking2ge­thersupportgroup?ref=hl

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August 10, 2015

Most clubs and associations for dyspraxia are geared towards children but there seems to be very few for adults.  As you know dyspraxia doesn't go away or get better when you get older you just find ways of coping.  As I no longer have to take part i

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August 9, 2015
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Chill is a group for people with chronic illnesses in their 20s and 40s-ish. The group is based in Nottingham but you're very welcome to come from further afield if you can travel. We're called Chill because... - We're for people with chronic illness

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