ABILITY AwarenessMark Goffeney, born with no arms, hammers on an ABILITY HouseVolunteer who is blind uses power drill on ABILITY HouseVolunteer with Intellectual Disabilities with Actress Hope AllenVolunteer who uses a wheelchair working on Honolulu ABILITY House
    Building a World of Inclusion for People with Health Conditions and Disabilities


    Public Relations/Media

    Welcome to the ABILITY Awareness Press Room. To help you with your stories, we can connect you with the following people:

    • Disability advocates
    • Medical professionals
    • Celebrity spokespersons

    As well as general experts in the areas of:

    • Housing
    • Volunteerism
    • Accessibility
    • Universal design
    • Disability awareness
    • Employment
    • Quality of life issues.

    Let us know how we can help you with your next story, or call us and we'll give you plenty of ideas to help you on your way!

    Email PR[at]ABILITYawareness.org 

    Guidelines to Terminology

    Attention Writers!

    Is it politically correct to say someone is "physically impaired"?

    What about referring to a person as "disabled"?

    Sometimes feel like you can't keep up with the changing times and the changing terminologies?

    You're not alone in the desire to ensure that your message isn't lost because of an accidental mis-phrasing. View our helpful Guidelines to Terminology.

    Latest Updates

    (05/15/12) ABILITY Awareness visits China! Signs agreement for Art Exhibit of Chinese artists with disabilities to showcase in the U.S.. Details coming soon.

    (2/20/12) ABILITY Awareness creates new foundation in Chile.

    (1/22/12) Chet Cooper, Founder of ABILITY Awareness, is invited to the Shafallah Forum - Fifth International Forum in Doha, Qatar.

    About ABILITY Awareness

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    ABILITY Awareness is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for people with disabilities through housing, employment, education, media and volunteer opportunities. Its hallmark program is the ABILITY House project. Built in partnership with Habitat for Humanity, each ABILITY House is an accessible home built for a family with health conditions or disabilities. Additionally, the program reaches out to volunteers with disabilities to help build the homes, demonstrating to the community their skills, talents and potential as volunteers and employees. The ABILITY House program was recognized by President George W. Bush with the President's Community Volunteer Award, the nation's highest award for volunteer service.


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