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A Giving Tuesday Donor Story

#GivingTuesdayNWO – A Donor Story: The Yoders

UPDATE: ADAI remembers fondly Tyler Yoder, who peacefully passed away May 30, 2019. We were honored to pair him with three ADAI dogs that supported him and provided companionship. People like Tyler are the reason we do what we do.

A PLACE TO PLAY

Volunteer teams built 31 custom playhouses for local children through Maumee Valley Habitat for Humanity’s Project Playhouse. One was built with love by employees of RMF Nooter, Inc. who brought accessible play right to the backyard of a little girl named Joanna

ADA Coordinator Blog Series: 2019

August 22, 2019 - ADA Seminar

JOIN US: The Ability Center’s 2019 ADA Seminar – Access to Buildings Under the Americans with Disabilities Act

Does your job require ensuring that your agency’s buildings are accessible in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)? Looking to gain a better understanding of laws around building accessibility?

WHEN: The 2019 ADA Seminar takes place on Friday, September 27th, 2019 from 9:00am – 12:00pm.

TARPS Runs Again

TARPS Sunday and holiday services are being reinstated thanks to a group of local community leaders and social service agencies.

Tim Harrington, Ability Center Executive Director, was on hand at the press conference describing the impact public transportation has on the disability population and older citizens in our community.

Ability Center leads SHS grad on career path

Deciding what to do after high school graduation is difficult for any student, but for those with special needs, choosing a career path can prove challenging.

To help those graduates, the Ability Center offers a life skills program, which assists individuals with disabilities to develop skills for independent living and competitive employment.