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Topic: Recognition

Plainville, CT – With a generous $1,000 grant from the Farmington Bank Community Foundation, Ability Beyond will upgrade the graphic design and printing equipment at Printability, a company run by 17 young adults with disabilities who serve local vendors while… Continue Reading Farmington Bank Community Foundation invests in hands-on job training at Printability

Topics: Recognition

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.

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… Continue Reading Ability Beyond Receives Technology Grant

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… Continue Reading Breakfast raises $50K for mental health services

Earlier this year, the Lifetime television show “Designing Spaces of Hope” partnered with The Tile Shop to give Maureen Handy, a longtime AB client, the kitchen of her dreams — a place to express and nourish herself through one of… Continue Reading Lifetime Gives Maureen the Kitchen of her Dreams

Lori Pasqualini, Chief Financial and Administrative Officer at Ability Beyond was one of seven people selected for Westfair Online’s CFO of the Year awards. Lori was honored at a dinner on Tuesday October 18th at Stepping Stones Museum in Norwalk,… Continue Reading Lori Pasqualini Named as CFO of the Year

The Autumn Breakfast raises money to support Mental Health Services at Ability Beyond. The funds raised at the breakfast support men and women of all ages suffering from mental illness in our communities to have their own home, job and… Continue Reading Autumn Mental Health Breakfast