We create.
We create.

Raul Pizarro hard at work on one of his paintings from his Lundquist Collection.

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We own homes.
We own homes.

Rachel and her wife, Susan, sit outside in front of their home in Sacramento. (Photo Credit: Hung Pham, CA Employment Development Dept.)

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We connect around the world.
We connect around the world.

A picture of the growing Atlanta, Georgia chapter of NMD United. There are four chapter members present. Four adults are sitting in front of a green hill landscape.

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We create.
We create.

Raul Pizarro hard at work on one of his paintings from his Lundquist Collection.

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1/22

News

We have released a statement of solidarity to our Black community members. In this statement, we acknowledge our silence to the nation’s current events, recognize where our organization can do better, and pledge our commitment to actively fight against systemic injustices and racism. Read the full solidarity statement here.

 

We continue working hard to meet the need in our community for resources and support regarding COVID-19. In addition to providing evidence-based information specific to adults with neuromuscular disabilities, we want to offer support that fosters meaningful connection during this time of uncertainty and fear. We hope you'll explore these resources and share them with anyone who could benefit. 

Donate

Unlike many other non-profit organizations, our staff is comprised mostly of volunteers. Donations go directly to the people we serve: adults living with neuromuscular disabilities. We value your donations and put them to work! 

Get Involved

Our organization is peer led and run by adults with NMD. We have volunteer opportunities available, local chapter events, and a variety of projects and events to attend right from the comfort of your living room. How is that for accommodating?

Learn more

We believe in the mantra "Nothing About Us Without Us" when it comes to serving the unique needs of our community. We showcase the talents, education, and potential of adults with NMD, while offering programs and resources to our members.