Welcome to Ability
ABiLITY will be following the recommended CDC coronavirus preventative and containment measures. Beginning March 17 through April 3 we will be closing our Life Ops Program and discontinuing Early Intervention home visits. We will be focusing on providing staffing at our ISL homes and group home and supporting our vulnerable people through personal assistance.
The goal of Support Services is to assist adults with developmental disabilities to live in the community in a manner which they choose. ABiLITY provides several options in the Support Services Program.
Offers consultation with trained, experienced and licensed behavior analysts to help a family or team review and individual's behavior or learning problems.
Recreation offers activities for adults including monthly outings, social events, and athletic activities such as Special Olympics.
The Early Intervention program assists families with children under the age of three who have delays in any developmental area or a diagnosed condition.
ABiLITY is a nonprofit charitable organization providing direct services and support for individuals with developmental disabilities from birth through adulthood. We assist people with intellectual disabilities, cerebral palsy, autism and other conditions learn skills to care for themselves, be more independent, hold a job, and build connections and friendships in the community.
We began to serve the community in 1987 under the SB40 legislation. ABiLITY separated from the governmental entity in 2016 to focus on a nonprofit role building a stronger community and service team. We work with a board of directors, volunteers, community organizations, staff and families to create an inclusive environment and offer opportunities for learning and growth.
Title VI Assurances: “No person in the United States shall, on the basis of race, color, or national origin, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under and program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.”