We provide 

Life Transition Services

Ability360 provides a variety of transitional services.

Life Transition Programs

Early Intervention

Ability360’s Early Intervention Coordinator works with major rehabilitation centers across the Valley to provide peer support, resources and information to newly-disabled individuals and their families during their rehabilitation.

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Nursing Home to Community

Ability360’s reintegration program assists adults under age 62 in gaining confidence, knowledge and resources needed to move out of nursing homes.

Youth Transitions to Adulthood

The Empowering Youth Program provides individual and family advocacy, technical support to special education teachers, and assistance to students and parents with advocacy in facilitating Individualized Education Plans (IEPs).

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Career exploration and job readiness services that help students with disabilities prepare for their future employment.

Men's Group, Disability Issues

Men’s Disability Issues Group

This group is open to all men, with or without any type of disability and must be 18 or older. We have open discussions about the many ways that disability has impacted our lives. Previous topics have included: travel, relationships, employment, depression, adaptation and sexuality. We welcome diversity in viewpoints, disabilities, and life experiences.

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Aging with Grace

Aging with Grace is a discussion group focused on aging with a disability. Enjoy your time and share a learning experience with your peers.

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This is MY Life – Learn Self-Advocacy Skills

(for Persons 16 + with Developmental Disabilities in the DDD System)

Learn to speak up for yourself; how to set goals and problem solve; about human rights, and how to make more life choices at your DDD planning meeting and your life. Find out More - This is My Life.

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Morning Men’s Group

Come join other men with developmental and physical disabilities who want to feel more empowered and improve their self-image in a supportive and caring environment.

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Understanding Me: The Athlete's Guide to Navigating Healthy Relationships

Learn about sex education and healthy relationships in this online class using zoom. These lessons are for people 18 years or older with and without intellectual, developmental disabilities. This is a program designed from Special Olympics of Arizona in collaboration with a team of inclusive health professionals, parents, and athletes.

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