Topic: In The Press

job coach helping student

Kudos to Samantha Saunders, assistant career development program manager, and Alysandria Diaz, employment specialist, for being featured in an article in the Norwalk Hour about Ability Beyond’s partnership with Project Search in Norwalk.  Click the link below to read more!… Continue Reading Ability Beyond and Project Search featured in Norwalk Hour

Eagle Scout Ben standing in front of wooden planters that he made

Teen Makes Picnic Tables and Planters Click through to see clip from Danbury News Times article, published in July 2021.    

Topics: In The Press

Residents at Howland House

“It’s a loving environment. I’m always happy to show the place off because it’s not what you think when you hear ‘group home’ ”, said Fran Ferruci of Ability Beyond. Ability Beyond’s Howland House in Beacon, NY was built in… Continue Reading Howland House

man in wheelchair playing a board game

March 18, 2021 – March is Brain Injury Awareness Month and our ABI (Acquired Brain Injury) Day Program fellas were featured on News12 yesterday, showing off their UnBored Board Game, COVID Edition.  Check it out!  

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

Watch this important news interview with Jane Davis, CEO as she talks about COVID-19 impact on group homes and the measures Ability Beyond is taking to keep people safe. Click Here to Hear Jane Davis on News Channel 8 (best… Continue Reading News Channel 8 Interview with Jane Davis


“Our job is to help people figure out what they want to do — what resonates with them, what their skills are, what skills they need to brush up on — and help them get settled with the job of… Continue Reading Employment rising for those with disabilities — but funding a challenge