Diabetes Personal Action Toward Health (PATH)

Thursdays through April 23

Noon to 2:30 PM Logo for Senior Alliance Area Agency on Aging 1-C

What is Diabetes PATH? Who is it for?

Diabetes PATH is a workshop for adults with type 2 diabetes, their family, friends and caregivers. It takes 2 ½ hours a week for 6 weeks.

Two trained leaders guide workshops. One or both of them will have diabetes or another chronic condition. Workshop is FREE! Presented by The Senior Alliance, Area on Aging 1-C.

It doesn’t matter how long you have had diabetes or how well or how poorly you think you or your loved ones are doing with your diabetes. Anyone can attend.

Brown Bag Book Club – April

Tuesday, April 14, Noon to 2 PM

Annihilation DB78378

Cover of AnnihilationVanderMeer, Jeff. Reading time: 6 hours, 52 minutes.
Read by Margaret Strom.

Science Fiction

After eleven previous expeditions fail, the Southern Reach sends a team of four women–a biologist, a psychologist, an anthropologist, and a surveyor–to investigate the mysterious Area X. But the women soon succumb to the otherworldly influence that threatens their lives. Some violence. 2014.

For today I am a boy DB78127

Cover of For today I am a boyFu, Kim. Reading time: 9 hours, 12 minutes.
Read by Erik Sandvold.

Psychological Fiction

Peter Huang grows up in Ontario, the celebrated only son of immigrant parents. His father hopes and dreams that Peter will become the epitome of a Western man. But Peter has a secret: he is really a girl on the inside. Strong language and some explicit descriptions of sex. 2014.

The library serves coffee. Please bring your own lunch. Meetings are typically held on the second Tuesday of each month at Wayne County Braille and Talking book Library, 30555 Michigan Avenue in Westland.

Alternative Format Tax Documents

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) provides online tax products and services for taxpayers with disabilities.

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The IRS recommends checking the website often as it is continuously adding more products to assist persons with disabilities.