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Talented Bay Area artist inspired by impressionist paintings

Talented Bay Area artist inspired by impressionist paintings

Ingrid Lai learned about Abilities United early in 2012 through a friend and her doctor. She then started one-on-one aquatic rehabilitation and graduated to aquatic fitness. “I am so happy to have found this place. Everyone is so supportive and understanding.” Deeply...

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Meet our Aquathon Honorary Swimmer

Meet our Aquathon Honorary Swimmer

Jessica Codromac is an Aquathon participant since 2004 and an Abilities United participant since she was 20 years old.  Jessica was surprised and delighted to be selected to be the honorary swimmer for 2018. Jessica states,  “I like to swim and I like swimming as a...

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In the words of a parent

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.

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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