Imagery has an important role in communicating a message. Sharing these videos that focus on people with disabilities pursuing independent lives in their communities reinforces The Ability Center’s primary message of inclusive communities and living independently.

Transportation is a Community Issue – Transportation Video

Project VoiceScape: No Pity – A Documentary by Drew Morton Goldsmith

Project VoiceScape is a partnership with Adobe Youth Voices, PBS and POV to mentor today’s best young documentary filmmakers. No Pity – A Documentary is part of the collection. Drew Morton Goldsmith is no stranger to the art of film-making and has participated in more than 20 international film festivals with his film Treasure Diversity. For more information on Goldsmith please visit the PBS website.


Living and Working with a Disability

This video examines the scope of The Ability Center’s inclusive community programming and the positive results of those efforts in the lives of people living with disabilities.


Celebrating 90 Years of Ability Center History

This video celebrates The Ability Center’s history of serving people with disabilities in Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan.


The Importance of Accessible Housing

The Ability Center receives funds from the Toledo-Lucas County Housing Trust Fund. The Center uses these funds to construct access ramps for people with disabilities. This presentation chronicles the important impact of those funds on the lives of the people the Center serves.


People with Disabilities Making Community Connections

The Ability Center made this presentation for the Board of Trustees demonstrating different aspects of Community Connection programing. Community Connections creates and supports community options for people living with disabilities by assisting individuals in developing goals, identifying dreams, and defining their vision for their life.


My Medicaid Matters Rally in Columbus

Disability rights advocates and others rallied at the offices of Senator Rob Portman in Columbus to protest proposed cuts in Medicaid spending in September 2011.