NMD United, Inc. is a qualified 501(c)(3)

tax-exempt organization.

©2019 NMD United, Inc. All rights reserved.

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3310 W. Braker Lane *  Suite 300, #927  *  Austin, Texas 78758

Connecting adults with neuromuscular disabilities

Our application for open positions on our Board of Directors is closed! 

 

NMD United Unites Texas launched in March and finished its Virtual Independent Living Skills units on self-care and disability management. Now we move onto a unit that focuses on mental health and relationships. To learn more about this project and get involved, go to our NMD United Unites Texas page.  

Keep your eye out for Smith's Showcase, a page that celebrates the talents and stories of adults living with NMDs, and honors our friend and notorious self-promoter, the late Greg Smith. This month we are featuring Hannah Soyer, founder of the This Body Is Worthy project dedicated to celebrating bodies outside of societal ideals.

We are excited to share that our social media campaign, #IndependTips, has been recognized by New Mobility Magazine! Be sure to read this feature in their October Newsletter.

NOVEMBER 2019 NEWS

Unlike many non-profit organizations, NMD United's staff is primarily composed of volunteers and our donations go direct to who we serve - adults with neuromuscular disabilities. We value your donations and put them to work!

NMD United is peer led and run by adults with neuromuscular disabilities. We have many volunteer opportunities available, local chapter events, as well as a diverse variety of projects and events to attend right from your living room. How's that for accommodating?

Our organization believes 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 requested by members.

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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