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In the words of a parent

Enjoy this heartwarming video created by Rachel Segars, retired Abilities United Board Member and mother of Luke, a former Early Intervention participant.   [video width="960" height="540"...

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Ability to be a storyteller without words.

Ian Hucke, a resident of New Mexico, uses a variety of mediums such as acrylic, graphite, watercolor, pastels and ink to express himself while experimenting with a wide range of styles and subjects. His latest body of work is inspired by a curiosity in the people...

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Actively independent in work and play

Sepideh Vahdat, a graduate of Homestead High School and Gavilan College, stays very active. When she is not working at her job at Ada’s Café in Palo Alto, she participates in Abilities United Day Activities, Community Connections, and Independent Living Skills. She...

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A lifetime of learning at Abilities United

Chelsey Fineberg was 8 years old when she was introduced to swimming by Betty Wright, the founder of Abilities United Aquatic Services. Chelsey learned the backstroke, butterfly, freestyle and to dive to the bottom of the pool. Now an adult, since 2005, she and her...

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Medical breakthrough gives resident back his life

Albert Bostic is a participant of Abilities United Adult Services. This article is reprinted with permission from the Palo Alto Weekly which originally published this article in the August 19, 2011 issue. Alfred Bostic is free of seizures for first time in six decades...

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