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NFTA Advisory Committee on the Disabled will meet at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Western New York Independent Living Inc., 3108 Main St. It is open to those interested in learning about the NFTA’s accessible services and programs for people with disabilities. For information, call 855-7286.

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St. Catherine Laboure Adult Day Health Care is a medical program located at Sisters of Charity Hospital. It provides an opportunity for adults ages 18 and over, who are chronically ill or disabled with a medical diagnosis requiring skilled services, to spend the day in a supervised setting. Services include: nursing care, social work, therapy, nutrition and health counseling, recreational activities, certified nursing assistant and pastoral care. The program focus is to maintain independence in the community. Medicaid or private pay accepted. For more information, call 862-2513 or visit: www.chsbuffalo.org/adultday

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Community Services for the Developmentally Disabled has an overnight children’s respite center in the Town of Tonawanda. The home is dedicated to serving children and families of Buffalo and surrounding areas. After-school services are available for adolescents with developmental disabilities to learn basic home, self-care and job readiness skills preparing them for independent living and adult responsibilities. Anyone interested in services offered, call 883-8002.

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Niagara Frontier Radio Reading Service, 1199 Harlem Road, Cheektowaga, is seeking volunteers who love to read to become radio readers for area blind and print-handicapped people. Volunteers record readings of The Buffalo News, magazines, best-selling books and other printed material. Radio Reading Service broadcasts on a special signal which cannot be heard on normal radios. Reading radios are currently in stock. For more information, call 821-5555.

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Western New York Independent Living Inc. offers “Freedom Through Art,” weekly program at 5 p.m. Tuesdays at WNYIL Inc., 3108 Main St. The group explores different cultures, traditions and inspirations through various art forms. Open to individuals with disabilities as well as their family members and friends. For more information, call Megan Westbrook at 836-0822, Ext. 114 or Ivan Ortiz, Ext. 145.

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OAHiiO (The Good Path), a service provider for Native American consumers with disabilities in Western New York, part of Western New York Independent Living Inc. families of agencies, is sponsoring “Rekindling the Pine Tree Tradition,” from 6 to 8 p.m. every Thursday at the YWCA, 1005 Grant St. Participate in traditional songs, dance, arts, storytelling and Iroquois teachings. Light refreshments will be served. Open to the public. For more information, call Dan and Beanie Jamieson at 816-5338 or Denise Hartley at 359-7265.

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The Arc of Livingston-Wyoming located at 18 Main St., Mount Morris, is a private, not-for-profit organization providing services to developmentally disabled individuals of all ages and their families in the Western New York counties of Livingston and Wyoming. Through its residential, vocational rehabilitation, children’s services, transportation, and community services programs, the agency helps to enhance the lives of more than 800 community members who rely on services each year. For more information, call (585) 658-2828.

Items of timely events may be submitted by fax, 856-5150 or by mail to City Desk, Events for People with Disabilities, The Buffalo News, P.O. Box 100, Buffalo, NY 14240.