Call for #DisabilityKhutba Observance Day on Oct 28th
EquallyAble, along with many other national organizations, is calling for observing Friday, October, 28, 2016 as a Disability Khutba Observance Day across the United States to encourage disability inclusion and awareness.
Special Needs Parenting Workshops by Dr. Lorna Bradley
EquallyAble is excited to announce a series of workshops by Dr. Lorna Bradley for parents of children with special needs. Dr. Bradley is a sought-after speaker and the author of Special Needs Parenting: From Coping to Thriving.
Transportation plays a critical role in the lives of people with disabilities. One-third of children with disabilities can’t attend school due to a lack of transportation. EquallyAble is working to provide students with disabilities transportation to school that is:
Shared community transportation
Low cost and reliable
Accessible and customized to the needs of each student
To help people with disabilities, their families, and their communities succeed we need new thinking and bold new programs. EquallyAble wants to help people with disabilities have the opportunity to contribute to society and prosper. We are working to provide the following to people with disabilities:
To reduce unemployment among individuals with disabilities, EquallyAble has launched the “Give Hope 1000” initiative to create 1000 small businesses to help create work flexibility and financial stability for individuals with disability.
Mohammed stopped walking at the age of about 2 years; the polio that attacked his body left most of it paralyzed but for his spirit. Even though he was too little to know about what is going on; the social norms, unfriendly society, lack of access to school and transportation, pretty much left him house bound… READ MORE
For most people with disabilities in developing countries, education is merely a dream. Less than 10% of children with disabilities go to primary school, and only a small fraction of those go on to higher education. Huzaifa, a [...]