“Hiring people with disabilities is not as scary as it seems,” said Nicci. “It’s very easy to work with PossAbilities and it’s the right thing to do.”

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“It’s been a gift to have the opportunity to be a mom,” said Robyn.

Lonzo’s Story

“I’ve come a longer way than I thought I’d come before,” said Nick.

Nick’s Story

“My dad didn’t talk about his job much because it was top secret,” said Brian. “But he inspired me to program.”

Brian’s Story

“It’s all about the kids.”

Jed’s Story

“The doctors said that Matt had Down Syndrome.  They told us not to take Matt home.”

Matt’s Story

“Some day I want to buy a horse farm.”

Justin’s Story

“We can be bitter and mad at what life throws at us or we can move forward and make ourselves better through the adversity each of us face.  The opportunity to know and raise my son has forever changed me.”

Adrian’s Story

“We model caring here at PossAbilities and they pick up on that model.”

The Story Behind the Picture

“It helped him change routine.”

Travis’ Story

“I thought I was going to stay at Life Enrichment washing tables and folding towels but I see now that I can do quite a bit more.”

Jenna’s Story

“We all need purpose in our lives regardless of the disabilities we may have.”

The Bee Shed

“I couldn’t understand why the doctors couldn’t tell me when she would get better,” said Marlene. “That’s when I decided that we were going to work at it together.”

Mandy’s Story

“Joe seems happy there and that’s the best part.”

Joey’s Story

“The staff at PossAbilities really try to meet individual needs and preferences.”

Aoife’s Story

“We are just astonished how it has turned her into a young woman.”

Julie’s Story

“Karen has taught me a lot through the years.  She opened a window to the special needs population that I probably would have not had. She has taught me to be considerate of people with special needs and people that are different.”

Karen’s Story

“Being a parent of a child with disabilities is not an easy road, but being involved in their lives does come with a sense of peace.”

Dan’s Story