Beyond may seem like a slogan, but here, at Ability Beyond, it happens every single day.

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We are proud to support members in our residential, day and employment programs to be their very best selves. Family and loved ones will find support, too.

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Being a part of our community means that you’ll have the opportunity to exceed limits and expectations on a daily basis.

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By joining our team you can grow your career, and work every day to make dreams come true.

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When your loved one is part of the Ability Beyond family, so are you.

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Meet our expert leadership team and learn about the important advocacy work we do to support issues that matter.

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In The News

Nonprofit Rally & Lobby Day – May 24

Rally at Connecticut State Capital to Demand Equitable Funding As you may have heard, community nonprofits are coming up short in the budget being considered by Connecticut’s General Assembly. Despite a  more than $3 billion budget surplus, Connecticut lawmakers are looking to add just $20 million for private providers — a […]

Direct Support Professional Awarded for Life-Saving Care

Tanya Meeks, a 25-year veteran of the Ability Beyond care force, was helping her client Frances take a shower in January when the woman, in […]

In 70 years, Ability Beyond grows from humble origins

By Kaitlin Lyle April 1, 2023  Ability Beyond started in 1953 with a small group of families with children with disabilities who “just wanted a better life for their kids,” said Jane Davis, chief executive officer of Ability Beyond. “At the time, things like equal education opportunity and special education […]

State Sen. Tony Hwang Urges Equitable Funding for Disability Service Providers

BETHEL CT – Leaders with Ability Beyond, the state’s second largest providers of services for people with disabilities, met with state Sen. Tony Hwang Monday to discuss the critical need for additional funding for disability services. “We have a dual delivery system in Connecticut where nonprofits provide 80 percent of […]