Topic: Featured Events

Tune into Dollars and Change on SiriusXM. Hear from Julie about the wide ranging work Ability Beyond is doing to help people with disabilities find meaningful employment. Listen Now!   Continue Reading Listen to Julie Sowash on Dollars and Change

When Amie Giordano started her job at Tier ONE Machining, she was too timid to ask her supervisor for help or more supplies if she ran out of work to do. But Giordano, a 40-year-old with a developmental disability, has transformed in her nearly two years working at the Newtown manufacturing company, which makes parts… Continue Reading Ability Beyond Featured in the NewsTimes

Talent with disabilities have a wide range of education, degrees, professional certifications, work experience and skills. Continue Reading Ability Beyond Featured Article in IndustryWeek!   Continue Reading Ability Beyond is helping the Manufacturing vertical source talent outside of the typical channels!

On March 13th, The Hour featured Ability Beyond in an article on the front page. In addition to interviewing one of our members and his mother, the article discussed how Ability Beyond has expanded its space to a new facility at 61 East Ave in Norwalk. This new building is actually twice the size of… Continue Reading Ability Beyond Featured in Article in The Hour!

Roses for Autism won “Best Roses of 2017” by Connecticut Magazine. This is the second year in a row that this award has been given to us, and we would like to thank our customers and supporters for the help. Continue Reading Roses of Autism wins “Best Roses” by Connecticut Magazine

Ability Beyond has received a $10,000 grant investment from The Coleman Institute for Cognitive Disabilities, to support a first-of-its-kind, peer-to-peer technology program called the TIP Squad that empowers people with disabilities through mainstream technology, The removing barriers to independence in everyday self-care and community inclusion. With grant funding, Ability Beyond will host community workshops in… Continue Reading Ability Beyond Receives Technology Grant

It was April in Las Vegas, four months before the opening of Pepsi’s new facility, when I first met Juan Olivo while hosting an open house with the Wounded Warrior Project. Through his positive attitude and the firm handshake, I immediately knew Juan would make a great addition to any company if his background fit… Continue Reading Veteran Rolls the Dice: Pepsi ACT Las Vegas

The Autumn Breakfast held by Ability Beyond on Nov. 15 at the Ethan Allen Hotel in Danbury raised $50,000 to support the nonprofit’s mental health services. The funds will help men and women with mental illness find a job and their own home to become part of the community. Honored at the event were Charles Herrick and Marie Sturdevant. Herrick… Continue Reading Breakfast raises $50K for mental health services