Born with congenital amputee, John Robinson founded Our Ability as a bridge between employment and the individual with a disability. Our goal is to mentor people in a way most meaningful in today’s world. Through speaking, disability sensitivity and
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Our Ability Connect is a digital profile service created to promote future employment for people with disabilities through work-to-hire programs, helping to recruit future employees and implementing inclusion education for existing employees.
In 2015, we celebrate the 25th anniversary of the American with Disabilities Act. Join Journey Along the Erie Canal this summer as we cycle across New York State and raise awareness in this very special anniversary year.
Guest Blog By Trish Freshwater, Sodexo I’m a planner by nature. I live by my calendar and often look ahead in six-month chunks of time. For me, six months might as well be six weeks, or, sometimes six days. Life moves fast and if you’re not paying attention, it can pass right on by you. […]
GENERAL SUMMARY: Video Executive – Provide Creative Video Production and Business Development for Our Ability, Inc. Our Ability is specializes in creating compelling video stories for corporations and organizations. Our revenue supports mentoring people with disabilities through a variety of services. Our Ability is a USBLN certified Disability-Owned Business Enterprise. As a Video Executive, you […]
Introduction: This is a guest blog entry from John Kirkwood. USBLN® Certified Disability Owned Business Enterprise DOBE® owner – John Kirkwood, is president of CityMouse, inc. [USBLN® Certified Disability Owned Business Enterprise DOBE®] which provides universal internet strategy, design, development and marketing services. He is a highly experienced public relations and Internet technology professional with […]
Cyberbullying and Disability One day after a football game several years ago, I noticed a young man about 20 years old taking a cell phone movie of me while I was walking around the college campus. In that instance, I realized someone was going to use their anonymity and cell phone technology to entertain themselves. […]
By Jen Mohn This is a guest blog entry from Jen Mohn, daughter of Diane Johnson. Jen’s daughter has Arthrogryposis Multiplex Congenita, and AMC awareness day is June 30, 2015. Please wear blue on June 30 to raise awareness and to support individuals with this condition. Please read the blog entry to get a glance […]