Building Bridges, Breaking Barriers

Enrichment through the full participation of all people.
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accessABILITY advocates on behalf of people with disabilities to exercise their rights to establish and maintain control over their lives.

Inclusive Employment Program

accessABILITY’s Inclusive Employment program offers peer support services for people with disabilities on their employment journey. We make sure you feel empowered, connected, and informed. We also educate businesses on the benefits and financial advantages of inclusion. Contact us at (317) 926-1660 or email info@abilityindiana.org to connect with an advocate!

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How Can accessABILITY Help?

accessABILITY advocates on behalf of people with disabilities to exercise their rights to establish and maintain control over their lives. We are a nonprofit organization dedicated to assisting people with disabilities in their own personal journey to independence. Direct services are provided FREE of charge to people with all types of disabilities regardless of age.

 
 

What We Do

Serving Indianapolis and the surrounding counties, we provide individual consumers, governmental agencies, corporations, and other nonprofits with the tools necessary to ensure the acceptance, respect, and inclusion of everyone. Despite being called a "Center," we work primarily with people in their own homes and communities to help them achieve the level of independence and community access that they want.



Building Bridges, Breaking Barriers.

As a disability led-organization, we know that no two journeys are ever the same. Our peer support model means that we employ people with disabilities to share their experiences and expertise to help others in their journey to independence.


Meet Gavin Selch, Information and Referral Advocate at accessABILITY

May 11, 2022

Meet Gavin Selch, Information & Referral Advocate at accessABILITY! Gavin helps assist accessABILITY’s consumers to get them the information they need in order to live more independent lives. Gavin grew up in Indianapolis and attended Cathedral High School for two years, later graduating from Broad Ripple High School in 1994. She has a medical assisting […]

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March is Disability Awareness Month

March 1, 2022

March is Disability Awareness Month! On February 26, 1987 President Ronald Reagan officially declared Proclamation 5613 making March National Disabilities Awareness Month. The proclamation called for people to provide understanding, encouragement and opportunities to help persons with disabilities to lead productive and fulfilling lives. Everyone wants, and deserves, to enjoy life, feel productive and secure. […]

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Meet Susan Ferguson, Chief Program Officer at accessABILITY

January 24, 2022

accessABILITY is excited to announce that Susan Ferguson has accepted the role of Chief Program Officer for the agency. Susan comes to accessABILITY with extensive nonprofit leadership experience and excels at creating conditions where teams thrive.  Susan’s education includes an MBA with a marketing concentration, in addition to a Master’s in Counseling, and a Certificate […]

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