Yes, the “dis” is lowercase and “ABILITY” upper case to make an important point. We at disABILITY Service believe in focusing on the abilities of those we serve, and we strive to provide a person-centered approach in every aspect of our service delivery. We’ve spent over 50 years empowering people of all levels of ABILITY to grow, learn, and succeed. We believe that everyone should have the opportunity for meaningful work, be included in the greater community, and be treated with dignity. We work hard to help support individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities reach their goals while developing self-determination.

Due to the ongoing spread of the COVID-19 virus, we have been forced to adjust the way we deliver services. Our program continues to provide in-person job coaching to those working as essential workers in our community. We are also providing a hybrid model of Adult Day Services consisting of remote and in-person services. Although we’ve had to change the way our program is delivered, we are working tirelessly to provide a curriculum and support that improve the well-being of the individuals we serve. Please contact our disABILITY Services, Jeremy Hogan for any updates or any urgent matters.