Photo shows four members of the Japanese delegation, one in a wheelchair with a sophisticated joystick. All smile at the camera. They make the ASL universal symbol for "I love you."

World Independent Living Network visit 360

Kenji Hamano and Kyota Yagi made history on July 23: they met with other Independent Living leaders in Washington D.C. to form the World Independent Living Network that seeks to unite people with disabilities and Centers for Independent Living across the globe. Together, they visited Ability360 as cultural ambassadors to learn more about our disability community in the U.S. and to share a little about theirs. Continue Reading World Independent Living Network visit 360

Mark Jones stands in front of the Fitness Center banister.

Mark Jones Ability360 | Employee Spotlight

We have a motto at Ability360 Sports & Fitness Center: “Stay New.” Stay new gives our staff pride in maintaining our equipment, keeping the building in tip top shape and maintaining a very clean environment. Mark Jones certainly has shown this pride everyday he works. We give hundreds of tours each year, nothing gives me more pleasure when guiding a tour and the comment comes, “This facility is so clean, everything looks brand new.” Mark is a major player in this, not only does he keep us clean, he does his job with a contagious positive attitude. – Gus LaZear Continue Reading Mark Jones Ability360 | Employee Spotlight