Be A Champion for United Ability

Champions are people like YOU
who support us as we build a world where disability is neither defining nor limiting.

United Ability focuses on the unique abilities of individuals with disabilities by providing innovative services that connect them with their community and empower them to live full and meaningful lives. From education and life enrichment to healthcare and employment, we create opportunities for development throughout one’s lifespan.

Our Hand In Hand Early Learning Program is a meaningful step in development for many children every year. The inclusive learning environment not only brings children with and without disabilities together to learn side by side, but also integrates therapy services for children with disabilities into their classroom experience.

This level of care is a special treasure for the child as well as for their family who knows they are building a strong foundation for their future. However, caring for a child with special needs can be overwhelmingly expensive. At United Ability, we never want finances to be a barrier to a child receiving life-changing programs and services.

THIS is why we need CHAMPIONS.

As a Champion, you can help children with special needs gain access to a nationally-accredited educational program as well as top quality therapy. Your gift will directly support scholarships to bring about the kinds of successes like the families below.

THANK YOU for being a CHAMPION for children, families and United Ability.

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United Ability has really become our lifeline to everything Caroline. It’s truly a birth through life organization. There will never be a point where we won’t need United Ability."

– Meredith Hornsby

Since he began, Caleb has blossomed and developed exponentially, all attributed to the work and care he receives… I cannot imagine how different life would be without this incredible organization."

– Denise

Coming to Hand In Hand pressed the fast-forward button in [Emily’s] development. Most importantly, it has made her feel included … Such empathy is not inherent; it’s learned. No place instills it at such a young age like the environment at Hand In Hand."

– April and Brad Hudson