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Disability Pride Month

Disability Pride Month

July is Disability Pride Month! Officially recognized in 2004, Disability Pride Month started with a parade in Boston, MA, in 1990 to celebrate the passing of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The law prohibits discrimination against people with disabilities,...
Meet our Newest Community Partner

Meet our Newest Community Partner

Welcome to the team, Innomed! Our newest community employment partner, Innomed, has been manufacturing surgical instruments for orthopedic surgery in Savannah since 1985. They recently needed to increase their staff and hired Supported Employment participants Andrew...
Celebrating Women Leading the Inclusion Revolution

Celebrating Women Leading the Inclusion Revolution

March is Women’s History Month and National Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month – which gives us a lot to celebrate. We are humbled by the strength and tenacity of the women we serve: the women living with disabilities, working within our community,...
Stacking and Sorting

Stacking and Sorting

What do you like to sort? Several participants here enjoy stacking and sorting, so we always have a variety of ways they can explore that inclination. Everyone needs to feel in control of the world around us, and one of the ways we try to achieve this is by creating...
What does Quality of Life mean at EmployAbility?

What does Quality of Life mean at EmployAbility?

Our Quality of Life Approach is a respectful, structured way to support people. It’s a way of thinking, not just a series of steps to take. Quality of Life supports people to be all they can be with a focus on equality, social justice, and human rights. Quality of...
Making Marks

Making Marks

The therapeutic power of Making Marks Our participants were invited to collaborate on a new work of art inspired by artist Sonya Clark for the Telfair Museums annual “Making Marks” exhibition at the Jepson Center. Sonya Clark is known for artwork that celebrates...
Rodney’s 50th Anniversary at EmployAbility

Rodney’s 50th Anniversary at EmployAbility

A Wondrous Celebration for a Wonderful Man This year we are honored to celebrate Rodney’s 50th Anniversary with a huge party we dubbed “Rodney-Fest.” Rodney began attending our services when he was only 12 years old (before our services were limited...
Cory at Celebritees

Cory at Celebritees

Our friend Cory is printing our new shirts through Supported Employment Have you seen our new t-shirts? They’re so much fun! The back of the shirt features original artwork by local artist Panhandle Slim, created just for us, featuring Temple Grandin. The quote reads,...