New and Noteworthy
Thank you to everyone who joined us in person and online to celebrate National AccessAbility Week...
We are reachAbility, a non-profit organization established in 2000 and dedicated to equalizing the...
The Joy Sparks Project is all about finding ways to spark joy in our daily lives, and to do that we need your help! Join the Joy Sparks Community Forum and let us know what sparks joy in your life, and what joyful subjects you’d like to see covered in future Joy Sparks videos!
Our CEO, Tova Sherman, is featured in this month’s Business Voice Magazine! In “Where Personal Meets Professional”, author Emily Bednarz speaks with Tova as well as Dr. OmiSoore Dryden, Bradley Daye, and David Divine about leadership in the areas of Diversity, Equity, Accessiblity, and Inclusion.
Meet Emmerie, our Success 40 facilitator! Success 40 is a free four week pre-employment program that focuses on preparing you to enter or re-enter the workforce.
Meet Markus, one of our One Step Closer instructors! With a focus on building self-confidence,...
Thank you to the Halifax Business Awards for nominating reachAbility as 2023 Not-for-Profit of the Year!
When I arrived at reachAbility I was pleasantly surprised. I had expected an imposing reception desk, a sterile office with cubicles, and lots more forms to fill out. I was so wrong!
Understanding of the role of culture in building and sustaining communities is at the heart of the work included in Win, Win, Win.
Marcel came to reachAbility at age 35 looking for support finding a job. We not only helped, but he has been employed for over two years now.
Mercedes first came to us as a 30 year old woman interested in boosting her self-confidence.
Equal means “the same as”, However, if we consider that we all have diverse needs, we realize that the “one-size-fits-all” approach of equality doesn’t actually fit.
Whether in the present time or tied to memories, sound has the incredible power to shift your state of mind. Music can move you to tears, joy, sadness… it can pump you up, it can ground you.
Did you know; the number 1 travel-related activity of persons with disabilities in Canada is camping? Surprising right? I thought so; and I have disabilities and love camping!
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