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MIAMI, FL – The Able Trust today presented the Key Clubhouse of South Florida with a $65,000 grant to connect people living with mental illness with job training and...

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – The Florida Developmental Disabilities Council (FDDC) honored Sarah Goldman of Tampa on Tuesday, March 21, during Developmental Disabilities Awareness Day at the Capitol where she received the Eighth Annual Idelio Valdes Leadership and...

The Able Trust is now accepting applications for an Administrative Assistant of Youth Programs.  CLICK HERE to apply.

On November 21, The Able Trust made a $250,000 grant award presentation to WorkNet Pinellas.  These funds will assist individuals with physical disabilities gain employment in manufacturing positions by providing training, certifications, and placement for machinist and soldering employment....

Florida kicked off its observance of the month Thursday at Grand Hyatt Tampa Bay.

Tampa restaurateur Richard Gonzmart, who was diagnosed with dyslexia and attention deficit disorder, said that everyone has some type of ability. Businesses lose out when they dismiss people with...

Disability doesn’t discriminate. It impacts people of all races, ethnicities, genders, geographic locations, lifestyle and financial statuses. And many times, individuals with disabilities are left without some of the opportunities we take for granted – the chance to find meaningful employment...