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ABILITIESFIRST

Potential Made Possible

4710 Timber Trail Drive
Middletown, Ohio 45044

Representatives from the State Treasurer of Ohio's office and the National Council on Disability recently visited the Abilities First Timber Trail facility

Representatives from the State Treasurer of Ohio's office and the National Council on Disability recently visited the Abilities First Timber Trail facility. "I just love the work you do here," said State Treasurer of Ohio Deputy Chief of Staff Eric Ochmanek. 
The National Council on Disabilities, (https://ncd.gov), is an independent federal agency charged with advising the President, Congress, and other federal agencies regarding policies, programs, practices, and procedures that affect people with disabilities. NCD's mission is to be a trusted advisor, in collaboration with people with disabilities to: the President; Congress; Federal entities; State, tribal communities, and local governments; and, other entities and organizations.
Pictured from left: State Treasurer of Ohio official Nick Hancart, Abilities First Vice President of Marketing and Development Debbie Alberico, NCD Attorney Advisor Amy Nicolas, and State Treasurer of Ohio Deputy Chief of Staff Eric Ochmanek.
You can support all of meaningful programs for children and adults with developmental disabilities by making a tax-free charitable donation to our 2018 #GivingTuesday Campaign. 

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Thank you to The Knights of Columbus Holy Family Parish in Trenton

Robin KofCTHANK YOU! To The Knights of Columbus Holy Family Parish in Trenton and John Conn, for presenting a $160 donation to Abilities First President Robin Usalis, recently. “The contribution will be used to help fulfill the needs of the adults and children we serve,” he said.

Thank you to Western & Southern Life

 THANK YOU!  To Western & Southern Life Staff Manager Mandy M. Gullett for presenting a $500 donation to Abilities First Vice President of Marketing and Development Debbie Alberico.  “The contribution will be used to help fulfill the needs of the adults and children we serve,” she said.

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Abilities First earned the 2018 #GuideStarPlatinum Seal of Transparency

Abilities First earned the 2018 #GuideStarPlatinum Seal of Transparency, showcasing the
progress towards the mission! Check out the @GuideStarUSA profile:
https://www.guidestar.org/Profile/7316220  

Abilities First is proud to share the key metrics with the world and highlight the changes they're making. The goal is to give donors and funders an alternative to simplistic finacial rations to evaluate them. While encouraging other nonprofits to do the same!

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James is Amazing

James has been at Abilities First since he was a preschool student.  He started in the Autism Learning Center and as of today, his language, social and academic skills, are dramatically improved. Giving Tuesday is a great time to recognize his success.  Click here to watch James!

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Abilities First Development Department offers a number of ways you can support local children and adults with disabilities.

Please contact Development Department at 513-423-9496 if you have any questions.
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About Us

From birth through life, Abilities First of Middletown and Franklin, Ohio provides a broad array of individual and group programs for children and adults with disabilities.  

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Services for Children

Potential is Made Possible through our coordinated services - Autism Learning Center, Free Therapy Screenings, Pediatric Therapies, and Integrated Early Childhood Learning.

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We need YOU to help support local children and adults with disabilities. Donate to our mission, volunteer at one of our locations or special events, advocate for people with disabilities.