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Peer Groups

Peer groups provide a forum for problem solving, brainstorming, sharing of concerns, successes, and ways to address issues individually and collectively.

Visit our Peer Support Group pages for more information about each of these groups, meeting dates, locations and contact information.

  • Opportunities to achieve greater independence and access to community through outdoor activities, art and cultural events.

  • Connecting individuals with brain injuries to each other and the resources they need. For individuals, 17and older, who have had a brain injury from an accident, stroke, tumor, aneurysm or seizure disorder, and are seeking to connect with others who are going through the same experiences.

  • An advocacy group for individuals with disabilities and their PCAs to participate in advocacy activities. A group created to empower individuals with disabilities and their PCAs to participate in advocacy activities like voter registration, candidate forums, and legislative days.

  • A peer group for those who are deaf or hard of hearing. Come join deaf peers in a group environment for fellowship and resource sharing.

  • Offering adults with hearing loss an opportunity to meet others with similar experiences, explore new communication strategies, and learn new tools to help you navigate life with hearing loss.

  • Connecting individuals with Spinal Cord Injuries or Related Disabilities to each other and the resources they need. For individuals of all ages. Participants under the age of 18 will need a parent/guardian present. The group supports individuals with a spinal cord injury who are seeking to connect with others who are going through the same experiences. In partnership with Mid America Rehabilitation Hospital and Greater Kansas City Spinal Cord Association.

  • Support for anyone with a physical, cognitive, or mental health disability. Join your peers to share information and successful techniques addressing the needs and challenges that you face.

  • A social group open to all people with disabilities, their PCAs, family, friends, and other service providers.