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Topic: Advocacy

Jane Davis

Jane Davis, CEO, Ability Beyond The number of U.S. businesses that are making it a corporate priority to hire people with disabilities is on the rise … and for good reason. Savvy businesses keenly understand that recruiting highly trained and… Continue Reading Four Reasons Why Employing People with Disabilities Should be Part of Your Hiring Plan

Good Morning Team Ability,   A few weeks ago, I sent out a very important message of support for the Black community and most importantly, our Black colleagues here at Ability Beyond. I asked for and received some incredible feedback… Continue Reading Ability Stronger

Ability Beyond Team, Reflecting on this past week, I wanted to reach out to the team again and reiterate my thoughts on what has been happening nationally. Since George Floyd’s murder, I have experienced so many emotions – disgust, frustration,… Continue Reading Reflection and Commitment

Last Friday, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the Health and Economic Recovery Omnibus Emergency Solutions (HEROES) Act. Ability Beyond is thrilled that the HEROES Act includes lifeline provisions for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and the Medicaid-funded supports… Continue Reading How You Can Help! Contact Your Elected Officials About The HEROES Act

Topics: Advocacy, News

Dear Friends and Families of Ability Beyond, We are all living through a time we never could have anticipated. For Ability Beyond, managing the complexities of providing daily services during COVID-19, implementing extensive precaution procedures, safely taking care of individuals… Continue Reading Help Us! Ask Congress to Ensure Federal Relief Funding

Topics: Advocacy, News

April 28th, 2018 at The Amber Room Colonnade in Danbury, CT.   Get your tickets and sponsorships here! 

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