Today I received an email from UCP Life Labs about a new community-driven resource for people with disabilities. The site is called “My Life Without Limits”. Also, all you need is a Facebook or Google account to sign up and explore all the resources they have available. Please check it out, share and I hope you all find it useful.
New Community-Driven Resource for People With Disabilities Launches Today
UCP is pleased to introduce a new community-driven resource for people with disabilities called My Life Without Limits. This initiative is a natural companion to UCP’s My Child Without Limits program, which was developed for the parents and family members of children with disabilities. A flagship website and online community,www.mylifewithoutlimits.org, will serve as the new program’s focal point and is intended to become an online hub for people with a range of disabilities.
My Life Without Limits is designed to allow people with disabilities to join and receive the latest news and other benefits of community membership such as writing guest blogs, commenting on posts and resource pages and participating in polls and surveys. In the forum – coming soon – members can stir up conversations and ask for advice. Information and resources pertaining to education, entertainment and lifestyle, health and wellness, travel, relationships and more will be available and updated, with guidance from community members themselves. And, people can share new resources or upcoming events on the site or using the #MyLifeWithoutLimits hashtag on social media
O’Ryan Case, UCP’s Membership and Public Education Director talks about his personal connection to the project on today’s blog.
We invite you to visit www.mylifewithoutlimits.org today and explore the site. In addition, UCP’s free monthly e-newsleter is getting a new look and a new name. If you’re looking for a great source for general disability news, information and resources, subscribe to Life Without Limits today.
As always, we welcome your comments about My Life Without Limits or any other UCP resource. Thanks for staying connected to UCP!
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