Coronavirus/COVID-19

Dear Ability Specialists Friends and Family, Recently some of you have reached out to us about Coronavirus. Like you, our team is thinking about how to keep all our participants, …

The Most Important Skill People Are Losing

People are kinder to those they view as human beings. The problem is the rising self-centered culture that’s blinding us — people are caring less about the feelings and predicaments …

What it Feels Like to Dissociate

Most of the time, it happens before I even notice. Sometimes, I can tell I’ve been in that state for a long time before I realize it’s happening. Days, weeks, …

Natural Antibiotics

There is no doubt that antibiotics are truly a wonder of modern medicine. Beginning with the discovery of penicillin in 1928, the rapid resolution of bacterial infections from antibiotics caused …

Ways to Get Through Winter!

Winter season brings many things like sicknesses, snow, lower temperatures, couch potatoes, slippery streets and frozen seats. So here are a few ways to help you stay warm and stay …

2,000+ Individuals Sent Home Without Pay

The Washington Post reported on Tuesday that thousands of people with disabilities employed through the AbilityOne federal contracting program have been sent home without pay because of the partial government …

How the Shut Down is Affecting Our Food

The Government Shut down has affected everyone in different ways. One way it is affecting all Americans is in the food we eat. Yes, the food you eat is being …

Project Homeless Connect

Recent research is showing that the homeless rate in Denver is slowly growing. According to theDenverchannel.com, the Denver Rescue Mission now serves more than 800 people a night with three shelters and …

Social Security Cost of Living Adjustments

Monthly Social Security and Supplemental Security Income benefits will increase due to a Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) of 2.8 percent in 2019. The purpose of the COLA is to …