The Ability Center works hard to empower individuals with disabilities by teaching skills to help with socializing, working, and living independently. In 2017, The Ability Center’s Community Connections Program was restructured. Renamed the Life Skills Program, there is now a renewed focus on helping youth with disabilities develop employability and independent living skills. Developing skills
Are you worried your child might be behind in speech milestones? A local collaborative was created to ensure families get the help they need.
Have you been thinking about the possibility of opening your heart and your home to foster children? While there’s a need for foster parents, there are some often negative perceptions about fostering. Here are five foster care misconceptions set straight.
a local program called TOPSoccer offers young athletes with cognitive, physical and/or emotional challenges the chance to play.
As part of their Social Living Club (SLC), Bittersweet Inc. is
partnering with Bowlero Lanes (4398 Monroe St.) for a six week bowling league for teens with autism. Teens will learn bowling basics, including sportsmanship, conversational skills, and social skills.