Ability Ministry

Guest blog post by Ryan Wolfe, President, Ability Ministry

While an emerging area, the field of “Disability Ministry” is still in its infancy. However, at Ability Ministry, we are proud to say that we have been actively reaching out to the disability community for over 30 years! Our non-profit roots reach back all the way to 1981, when one man saw a need and decided to do something to meet that need. To this day we are working diligently to continue to meet need here in America – and beyond.

The mission of Ability Ministry is to “equip and empower disability ministry for churches, families, and individuals affected by disabilities helping them to become who God has created them to be.”

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Take the Quiz: How Well Planned Are You?

Now that you’re familiar with all FIVE areas of Comprehensive Special Needs Planning it’s time to evaluate how you’re doing with your own planning process.

Click the link below to use our Special Needs Planning self-assessment tool to evaluate how well planned you are, including areas where you’re well planned and areas where there may be room for improvement.

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The 3 Most Important Things to Consider When You Begin Planning For Your Child With Special Needs

Creating a Special Needs Plan can feel daunting due to the complexity of the planning process and the numerous strategies necessary to plan effectively. It might feel like you have an endless list of recommendations to review and resources to acquire as you begin planning for your child’s future. Continue reading “The 3 Most Important Things to Consider When You Begin Planning For Your Child With Special Needs”

How My Sister is Stamping out Stereotypes, One Student at a Time

Last week, I shared the experience that my sister, Sarah, and I had speaking to a third grade classroom about Down syndrome, disabilities, and how the differences that we all have make life interesting. If you missed the blog post, you can check it out hereContinue reading “How My Sister is Stamping out Stereotypes, One Student at a Time”