Ability360 is deeply concerned over the United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee’s (USOPC) decision to deny Becca Meyers’ request to have her mother accompany her to Japan as her personal care attendant (PCA).
PHOENIX, Ariz. (April 9, 2021): Following an extensive national search, Christopher Rodriguez, who has spent the past two decades working and advocating for and on behalf of individuals with disabilities, has been named President and CEO at Ability360, effective June 1.
On April 2, Autism Awareness Day, Sesame Street launched new resources to help families and communities understand autism.
Phoenix held its Disability Awareness Recognition Event on Tuesday, October 24th honoring those with disabilities, employers, educators and others who have shown dedication to addressing the access and functional needs of the disability community. The ceremony also recognizes commitment to improving the quality of life of all residents and visitors of Phoenix.
Darrel Christenson, vice president of community integration at Ability360, has been elected treasurer of the National Council on Independent Living, the nation’s longest-running national cross-disability, grassroots organization run by and for people with disabilities.