Our Expertise

Ability Beyond, a non-profit organization has been a provider of community supports and services to individuals with disabilities for over 60 years. View our history The majority of people served are adults with disabilities including intellectual and neurological disabilities, autism, brain injuries, mental illness and sensory impairments. Services include residential…
The TIP Squad, Technology Innovations for People, is an internship program made up of individuals supported by Ability Beyond. They are savvy about technology and their role is to pre-pilot the latest technologies before we formally pilot it with individuals.
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Who We Are

Ability Beyond, a non-profit organization has been a provider of community supports and services to individuals with disabilities for over 60 years. View our history
The majority of people served are adults with disabilities including intellectual and neurological disabilities, autism, brain injuries, mental illness and sensory impairments. Services include residential and employment options, health and wellness services, transportation, day programs and recreational opportunities. The agency’s goals are to facilitate economic and social independence, community integration and social justice. Ability Beyond had headquarters in Bethel, CT and Chappaqua, NY.

What We Do

Ability Beyond is a leader in the Northeast providing person-centered, high quality, cutting edge and cost-effective services. Through the creation of innovative programs, training, education and advocacy, we play a leading role in transforming lives while championing basic human rights in the process. Ability Beyond includes technology as an essential part of its vision to serve more individuals in the future and prepare for the resource challenges ahead. View our programs

Piloting Technology

As the needs of the people we serve grow, costs also continue to grow. In response, Ability Beyond looks to technology, both individually and environmentally focused, to increase efficiencies, improve outcomes and increase autonomy and independence of the people we support. With an increase in independence, comes a decrease in the need for in-person supports, thereby reducing cost.
We have undertaken past small scale pilots, and are engaged in ongoing larger scale pilots which combine technology with programmatic interventions. Applications include, but are not limited to, instructional skill building, remote and environmental monitoring, as well as health monitoring and medication administration.