As an organization we are committed to improving the lives of people with disabilities and one of the ways that we do this is through our inclusion programs, which provide social and emotional support to people living with disabilities. These programs are designed to help individuals with disabilities feel included, valued, and supported in their communities.
Furthermore, these inclusion programs are designed to support the civic, economic, and social participation of people with disabilities in all spheres of the society. People with disabilities can be productive members provided they are given equal access, support and inclusion in our society.
EquallyAble understands that for people with disabilities and their families, support and inclusion are very important.
One of the key components of our inclusion programs is providing access to social and recreational activities. These activities allow individuals with disabilities to socialize and have fun with their peers, while also building self-esteem and a sense of belonging. We offer a variety of activities, such as sports, music, art, and theater programs, that are tailored to meet the unique needs and abilities of each participant.
In addition to social and recreational activities, you can also expect emotional support for individuals with disabilities. This can include counseling, therapy, and support groups that help participants cope with the emotional and psychological challenges that come with living with a disability. To reiterate, we understand that emotional support is just as important as physical support, and we are committed to providing both to those in need.
EquallyAble’s inclusion programs are also designed to promote education and awareness about disabilities in the community. This is accomplished through various initiatives, such as disability sensitivity training for community members and outreach programs to schools and businesses. By increasing awareness and understanding of disabilities, EquallyAble is helping to create a more inclusive and accepting society.