State of OMO Address
An opportunity to learn more about the future of On My Own
Please join the staff of On My Own of Michigan as we:
Review the work we’ve done together . . .CONTINUE READING →
Take a minute to think about the things in your life that make you happy.
The things no amount of money can replace because of the joy they bring you. Maybe it’s the memory of . . .CONTINUE READING →
Grace has plenty to be excited about. She just landed her dream job at Hollywood Market in Birmingham, Michigan. She’s finishing her second year as a member of On My Own of Michigan, and in . . .CONTINUE READING →
Here’s a piece of advice. When you ask Jen to do a job, get out of her way because she will get it done.
That’s been her style since she became an On My Own . . .CONTINUE READING →
Brett, an On My Own of Michigan member since 2010, likes to keep his apartment neat and tidy, something he’ll need to stay especially focused on now that there’s a new member of his family . . .CONTINUE READING →
Becky, a member of On My Own of Michigan for 21 years, is very clear about what “independence” means to her.
For Becky, independence is “working without a job coach.”
When Becky started working at . . .CONTINUE READING →
What a fabulous day! On Tuesday, June 19, 88 golfers teed up at Indianwood Golf & Country Club for a day of golf to support On My Own of Michigan. It was a beautiful day . . .CONTINUE READING →
Do you know someone with a developmental disability who is interested in living independently? OMO is hosting apartment tours for any of our members who are looking to transition into the apartment, as well as . . .CONTINUE READING →
Join us on Wednesday, May 2 for a free event to learn more about individuals with autism and their success! OMO is thrilled to welcome Christina Viviano from the Center for Autism and Related Disorders. . . .CONTINUE READING →