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Abilities First
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Empowering people with disabilities to reach their full potential
Empowering people with disabilities to reach their full potential

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Hopewell residents and staff are always having fun. They just had “water fun in the sun day.”
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Doty House residents and staff had great fun at the Middletown Police National Night Out!
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“Supported Employment” is intensive, ongoing support that enables participants, who because of their disabilities, need support to perform in a regular work setting. The Abilities First “supported employment-enclave” supports program enrollees who work as a team at the Salvation Army, in Middletown, with initial training, supervision, and ongoing support provided by on-site staff. Contact Jaila.Dunford@abilitiesfirst.org or call 513-423-9496, ask for Jaila.
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Some children are inhibited in their discovery by a delay or disability in the areas of motor development, strength, balance, and/or coordination. Physical Therapy provides opportunities for children to address these needs. Abilities First Physical Therapist Lynn provides Caitlin with activities that she can work on in a therapy and at home. For more information or to schedule and appointment, call Bettie at 513-423-9496 or email her at bettie.rountree@abilitiesfirst.org. https://youtu.be/qT9IWcQLnaw
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Abilities First provides child and family-centered therapy services. Max works really hard and has lots of fun with Physical Therapist Beth. She designed the program specifically for Max.
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Therapist Lynn Is helping Evelyn make her way over the bridge to give some jewelry to her friend, Minnie. Abilities First Pediatric Therapy Department is experienced and go the extra mile for the families they serve. Contact Bettie at 513-423-9496 or Bettie.rountree@abilitiesfirst.org for information.
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7/24/18
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Thank you to Secretary of State of Ohio Jon Husted, who sent a Certificate of Commendation for the 60 years of service that Abilities First has been empowering children and adults with disabilities to reach their unique potential. Congratulations to the staff, students, residents and clients.
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We're having a party. Abilities First is celebrating 60 years of empowering children and adults with disabilities reach their full potential. When: Abilities First Day, Thursday, August 2, 2018 from 5:30 - 7:30 pm at the Abilities First at 4710 Timber Trail Dr. in the gym. Please RSVP by July 20 so we know how much ice cream and cake to have on hand. Please RSVP to Connie.Sandker@abilitiesfirst.org.
If you cannot attend but want to support Abilities First, you can buy a birthday wish for $60 at the the secure link: https://gifts.abilitiesfirst.org/give/175801/#!/donation/checkout
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Yay summer! Hopewell Residential has new patio furniture. Residents Lisa and Annie love it!
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Students in the Early Childhood Learning Center had THE BEST DAY, today. This unique child care center located at Abilities First in Middletown, Ohio, provides an inclusive environment where children with special needs and children who are developing typically learn alongside one another and develop caring relationships. For more information call Brittany at 513-423-9496.
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