By Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices CA Properties
Online voting can help obtain additional funds for her favorite nonprofit
By On My Own of Michigan
Serving adults with mild intellectual developmental disabilities including Autism Spectrum Disorder, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy and Seizure Disorders.
By Arts Unbound
Arts Unbound gallery exhibits fine art and craft made by students, emerging and established artists living with disabilities and seniors.
By Christopher Krell
Christopher Krell, CFP , CFS, recently named by Financial Times as one of the Top 400 Financial Advisors, is a leading authority on the ABLE Act.
By National Museum of Health + Medicine Chicago
National Museum Debuts Online Exhibit Highlighting ABILITY for ADA25
By Arts Unbound
Arts Unbound gallery exhibits fine art and craft made by students, emerging artists and established artists living with disabilities and seniors.
By Apps4Android, Inc.
Hilliard, Ohio, June 18, 2015 — Apps4Android, the world’s largest social entrepreneurship developer of “no-cost-to-the-user” Android assistive technology apps today announced the release of an Android “EZ Access to Federal Register” reader.
By The Arc Tampa Bay Foundation
Clearwater, FL, June 16, 2015: The Arc Tampa Bay Foundation is pleased to announce the appointment of current Development and Communications Coordinator, Madison Orr Hauenstein, to Executive Director.
By Unleash Your Groove
Mike Veny enjoys two things: playing the drums and helping companies increase employee engagement through corporate drumming workshops. On Thursday, June 25th, 2015, Mike will be training the staff at Select Human Services, Inc.
By Innisfree Village
Innisfree Village, the Ablemarle County-based life-sharing community for people with intellectual disabilities, announces the appointment of Aurore (Rorie) Marionni Hutter as Executive Director of Innisfree, effective July 1st. Ms.
Board members of AbilityFirst, the nearly 90 year old Pasadena-based charity, held a reception for community leaders to update them on their services, leadership and future plans, at a recent Friends Reception hosted by Board Member and Vice Chair John...
NBC4 “Today in LA” morning news team led the 1,800 fundraising participants through the legendary Universal Studios backlot
By Lightspeed All Global
3 out of 4 Say There is a Need for Companies to Create Better Products and Services That Improve Their Overall Experience
On Friday, May 1, 2015 PARC will kick off their 41st Annual Golf Tournament Weekend Event presented by Raymond James.
The bowling party is held each year by LA5 for children and adults with physical and developmental disabilities
By Boating and Beach Bash
Nation’s largest free event for those with physical and/or intellectual challenges to offer vast array of physical participation for special needs guests attending March 21, 2015 in Boca Raton, FL
Over 2,000 people of all ages will stroll and roll through the historic backlot of Universal Studios Hollywood to raise money for programs that help adults and children with disabilities.
By American Printing House for the Blind, Inc
Informative and inspirational exhibition focuses on how educational opportunities for students who are blind have changed since Keller’s time
Fundraiser to benefit AbilityFirst Newport Mesa Center’s After School enrichment programs for children with developmental disabilities.
By The Arc Maryland, Inc.
Congratulations to Governor Hogan on His Appointment of Carol Beatty as Secretary for the Maryland Department of Disabilities
By Community Workforce Solutions
Community Workforce Solutions Celebrates 50th Anniversary with Fundraising Dinner Hosted by Chef’s Academy
By Operation Freedom Paws
Learning Services is a national provider of specialized rehabilitation services for adults with acquired brain injuries. Included in each person’s rehabilitation program is therapy focused on community integration and work skill development.
By FED Publishing
When Mama Can’t Kiss It Better, by Lori Gertz, who became America's most hated mother when news of a decision to rehome her adopted child in another family broke in the media.
By Support Dogs
Money raised to benefit St. Louis agency's unique programs and services.
By Elizabeth DeBiasi
Wilmington resident Elizabeth DeBiasi has been elected to the International Board of Directors for Easter Seals.
By Support Dogs
St. Louis agency raises enough money to receive Oklahoma foundation's support.
By Cerebral Palsy Forums Website
Cerebral Palsy Forums Website for adults, adolescents (teens), and seniors with Cerebral Palsy (CP)
2015 Global Study into the Issues Pertaining to Terminology, Definition, Identification and Prevalence of Learning Disabilities
By Carriage Trade PR
For people with different abilities, it’s often a series of small victories combined with big ones that can make the difference of a lifetime. This was one of the big ones.
By A True Jewel, Inc.
Enhancing the lives of women who care for loved ones with disabilities.