The success stories here highlight the importance of independence for people with disabilities; it also informs the community regarding the opportunities and resources available in Toledo and northwest Ohio.

If you need assistance with maintaining your independence, or helping a family member to be independent, please contact The Ability Center, as these stories demonstrate–people with disabilities can live independent and fulfilling lives.

 

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Karla and Lewis

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Tina’s Road to Recovery

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Striving for Greatness – Nick’s Story

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Lights, Camera, Action!

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Giving Back to the Greatest Generation – Arthur’s Story

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Toni’s Tale of Independence

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Stepping Up To The Plate!

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Rosemary’s Journey

by Tiffany Tierney ACT’s Community Support Coach Rosemary Avery Spencer is a Toledo native, a mother, and a great-great-grandmother with … Continued

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Independent and Proud – Patty’s Story

Patty enjoyed working in her yard every summer, planting flowers, mowing the lawn, and soaking up Mother Nature. It was … Continued

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Abe is on his way!

Abraham (Abe) Lee is an 8-year-old from Montpelier who received a ramp provided by The Ability Center’s Home Accessibility Program. … Continued

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650 OUT: A Celebration of Community

 by: Dan Wilkins, Director of Special Projects “The Ability Center has built bridges for all of those who choose to … Continued

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Love. Serve. Connect: The Catholic Heart Work Camp Collaboration

by: Dan Wilkins, Director of Special Projects If you ever wondered who it was making the Craig Bridge raise and … Continued