AboutAbled Banner features the silhouettes of variously abled people against a selection of world city icons in gradient green to match the Abled logo set against a sunrise over the curve of the Earth as seen from space.


We have a mission to take the ‘dis’ out of ‘disabled’ by building a global online and offline digital ecosystem of accessible and inclusive Communities, Content, Products, Services and Technology that will help everyone to make better-informed choices for a better quality of life.

The Abled® digital ecosystem will also advocate to bring improved accessibility options to the business community by working with companies to provide them with accessible product and service platforms to reduce the barriers to consumers who deserve more accessible interactions.

It’s a model of social enterprise designed to also open new career pathways for persons who face the highest levels of unemployment and exclusion because of health, physical or sensory conditions by providing training in producing content or delivering services.

Ambitious, yes, but not impossible, especially with the participation of like-minded individuals.

If you’d like more information, feel free to send an email to [email protected].

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Abled Public Service Ad for The Seeing Eye Guide Dog Training School in Morristown New Jersey showing a german Shephard sitting in the sun on a green lawn with a black lab, a golden lab and a golden retriever with the caption 'Independence and Dignity Since 1929. Click here to visit their website.
Abled Public Service Ad for the MD Anderson Cancer Center Moon Shots Program to end cancer which is targeting 6 types of cancer. CLick here to learn more about the program
Abled Public Service Ad for the Larry King Cardiac Foundation shows their logo in the form of a stylized heart as well as photos of Larry King at his microphone, with a young cardiac patient in the hospital and a photo from one of the Foundation's Gala fundraising events. Click here to go to their website.
Abled Public Service Ad for World Access For the Blind shows a silhouette of its Founder and President Daniel Kish walking with a long cane against a gradient orange half sonar wave positioned in front of a reflecting grey sonar wave with the subtitle 'Our Vision Is Sound'. Click here to learn more about echolocation for the blind.
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