The Ability Center is a nonprofit organization that has been serving people with disabilities since 1920. Based in Northwest Ohio, the center provides advocacy on the state and local level, assistance with dog training - placement of service, skilled companion, and school facility dogs. The Ability Center is always on the lookout for volunteers who are passionate about disability rights and want to make a difference in their community. One of the Center's flagship programs is their independent living program, which serves youth and their families from birth to 26 with parent support, inclusive activities, and independent living skills training. The program is designed to help young people with disabilities learn the skills they need to become independent, self-sufficient adults. In addition to their independent living program, The Ability Center provides a range of services to people with disabilities, including the installation of ramps, stair lifts, and grab bars in people's homes, the provision of durable medical equipment, and navigator call center support for people looking for support with disability-related issues.
The Ability Center's commitment to empowering people with disabilities and promoting inclusion in the community has earned them a reputation as a leader in the disability rights movement. The Ability Center is dedicated to creating a world where people with disabilities can live with dignity and respect, and that everyone has access to the support and resources they need to thrive.