Ability First

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Ability First
Ability First is listed in the Rehabilitation Services category in Los Angeles, California. Displayed below are the social networks for Ability First which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page, a Linkedin company page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Ability First on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 98.

Contact information for Ability First is:
3812 S Grand Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90037
(213) 748-7309
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Come join the fun tomorrow night for Pub Night at T Boyles Tavern Pasadena where 100% of your cover charge will... fb.me/1WRSy9JFA

Come join the fun tomorrow night for Pub Night at T Boyles Tavern Pasadena where 100% of your cover charge will help AbilityFirst programs and services! Only $5 entrance fee! Saturday, March 25th @ 8:30pm. Hope to see you!


Our 2017 Stroll & Roll Celebrity Ambassador, Lauren Potter is featured in this heartwarming and important... fb.me/1VPtlTjdj

Our 2017 Stroll & Roll Celebrity Ambassador, Lauren Potter is featured in this heartwarming and important campaign for Down Syndrome Awareness. Click the link below to watch the video!
What is a special need, anyway?


For Today’s Stroll & Roll shout out, we highlight the Joan and Harry A. Mier Center. This photo was taken last.. fb.me/1OLz2DQ4Q

For Today’s Stroll & Roll shout out, we highlight the Joan and Harry A. Mier Center. This photo was taken last month at their Valentine’s Gala. We talked to Jae Lim, the center’s program supervisor and he shared with us the team in Inglewood have a lot of great fundraising going on! Selling See’s Candies, hosting an Art Walk & Auction, selling raffle tickets, hosting a pizza fundraiser at Bjs, celebrating Taco Tuesday and having a BBQ dinner – all to raise money for Stroll & Roll. And there are still more fundraisers to come! We asked Jae what he loves most about the Stroll & Roll event, “it’s a terrific time to see all the family and friends of our participants with donors and friends, along with AbilityFirst staff -- all enjoying the walk together.” Be sure to comment below if you have some fundraising ideas that have worked for you and there is still time to register for the event on April 2 - visit strollandroll.org #StrollandRoll #AbilityFirst


Stroll & Roll is just about ONE WEEK away! AbilityFirst Community Centers across are doing an awesome job raising... fb.me/5GxtrFJi2

Stroll & Roll is just about ONE WEEK away! AbilityFirst Community Centers are doing an awesome job raising money and creating their own fundraising campaigns! Each of our centers have their own goals and within the centers, AbilityFirst participants and families have a goal, too. Today we highlight the Long Beach Center. We spoke to Center Director Barbara, and she shared with us what she loves most about the Stroll & Roll every year, “ this is the one event not only do we get great participation from our participants and their families, our swimmers, our Guild, volunteers and staff, but we also get to run, roll and stroll with all our participants, their families, our swimmers, volunteers and staff from all the other AbilityFirst centers and staff, too!” Each year the Stroll & Roll brings a wonderful sense of camaraderie and pride in team work to all of our supporters and staff. Pictured is Annette a participant from Long Beach, promoting her “Team Annette.” You can visit strollandroll.org to make your contribution to this year's Stroll & Roll!


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Just in time for Autism Awareness Month kicking off on April 1st, for the first time in a decade, the classic children's television show Sesame Street will introduce a new Muppet on the air. Her name is Julia. Julia has autism. Read the link below for the full story. #AutismAwareness
Julia has bright red hair, big green eyes and she loves to draw. She can be a little shy, but Elmo and Abby Cadabby don't mind. She's voiced by Stacey Gordon, whose son is on the autism spectrum, too.