LGBTQ Disabled Support Group to Screen "Milk"

The Whole Person's Support Group for People with Disabilities in the LGBTQ community will screen the film “Milk” at its Aug. 20 meeting.
The Aug. 20 meeting will begin at 5 p.m. to due to the length of the movie.
Connecting people with disabilities in the LGBTQ community. If you are a person with a disability who is lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or questioning, join this group to share information and successful techniques addressing the needs and challenges you face or just come enjoy the social interaction with your peers.
This is a confidential group.
All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church
Conover Hall
4501 Walnut
Kansas City, MO
Shelley Rogers: 816-627-2228
The Whole Person has developed a support group for people with disabilities in the LGBT community. If you are a person with a disability (intellectual, physical, behavioral, emotional) who is also lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered or questioning, you are invited to participate in this monthly gathering. The goal of this group is to share information to address the needs and challenges faced by people with disabilities in the LGBT community.
This group is consumer-driven in that those attending will be able to provide each other with needed support, share community issues that concern them and offer possible solutions. The Whole Person will invite guest speakers to participate and share in the conversation as well as assist with setting up social events with those in the group.
For more information, contact Shelley Rogers, Community Outreach Coordinator at 816.561.0304 or
Taken from The Whole Person Summer 2010 newsletter

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