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Disability Action Center NW

Diabetes & Your Feed Education Program

TriState Conference Room 1221 Highland Ave, Clarkston, WA, United States

Join Karl Johnson, DPM, FACFAS, for a FREE informational seminar to learn how to properly care for your feet, and keep them healthy now and in the future. Discussion topics include how to inspect your feet properly, how diabetes affects your feet and overall health, how to choose the right shoes for your foot type,...

1st Friday – Coffee, Donuts & Conversation

DAC NW Post Falls Office 3726 E Mullan Ave, Post Falls, ID, United States

Stop by our office and sit awhile. We can talk about our role as Independent Living Advocates for people with all kinds of disabilities, and the services we provide including self-directed in-home care. Let us know what barriers you are facing in life. Every first Friday of the month November through April.  Call 208-457-3891 for...

Disability Pride Month – Telling Your Story

Hillyard Public Library, Events Room 4110 N Cook St, Spokane, WA, United States

July is Disability Pride MonthWe all have stories to tell. Personal experiences make advocacy efforts more meaningful and compelling to family and community members, educators, providers, and lawmakers. This workshop will demonstrate how telling your story can be used to enhance your efforts for self-determination, empower your advocacy, and reach your goals. For more information...


Disability Pride Month – Hard Conversations

Hillyard Public Library, Events Room 4110 N Cook St, Spokane, WA, United States

When we talk about having hard conversations or uncomfortable conversations, it can be rough on anyone whether it be a friend, a spouse, or your children. In this workshop, we will discuss what having hard conversations may look like and what to do when things start to get too stressful. For more information email


Communication for Life

Hampton Inn and Suites 1500 West Riverstone Drive, Coeur d'Alene, ID, United States

Do you know any adults who have trouble communicating with their family or caregivers? Adults who have difficulty communicating with those around them often feel isolated. They are also more likely to experience greater mental and physical difficulties. Augmentative alternative communication (AAC) can be a solution. Adults, families and professionals can implement AAC strategies to...