(dis)ability. reimagined. redefined.

Disability (noun):

A physical or mental condition that limits a person’s movements, senses, or activities; a disadvantage or handicap.

Ability (noun):

A talent, skill, or proficiency in a particular area.

Revolution (noun):

A dramatic and wide-reaching change in the way something works or in people’s ideas about it.

Ability Revolution:

A movement that significantly influences the way society views people with disabilities as people with equal value, unique individuals with talents and strengths who make meaningful contributions in our communities.

Our Mission:

We advance authentic inclusion for people of all abilities in workplaces, educational institutions, and communities.

“Disabilities don’t restrict; environments do.”

~ Johnnie Tuitel

“When we design for disability, we all benefit.”

~ Elise Roy

“There is no 'us' and 'them'; there is only 'us'.”

~ Tim Shriver, Chairman, Special Olympics

Our Mission:

We advance authentic inclusion for people of all abilities in workplaces, educational institutions, and communities.

#AuthenticInclusion  #AllAbilities  #LeverageStrengths  #PowerOfUs  #AuthenticReciprocity

Who We Are

We advance authentic inclusion for people of all abilities in workplaces, educational institutions, and communities.

Research

We conduct research on inclusive environments and the impact on the community of the organization.

Resource Reviews

We identify, review, and provide information on resources that support inclusion in workplaces, schools, communities, and churches.

Education and Training

We deliver education sessions on leading and managing diverse and inclusive teams, team skills, and understanding disability.  We also provide ongoing coaching for leaders and managers.

Organizational Consulting

We assess organizations for ability-inclusiveness readiness, make recommendations, and create customized business cases for inclusion.  We source and manage inclusion service providers.

Keynote Speaking

We deliver inspirational keynote addresses for corporate and educational audiences on disability awareness, inclusion, leadership, teamwork skills, and diversity.

Here’s What’s New

Best Buddies Brings Friendships, Leadership Training, and Jobs to the World

Best Buddies Brings Friendships, Leadership Training, and Jobs to the World Best Buddies is a global nonprofit organization that was founded by Anthony Kennedy Shriver.

Bringing Inclusion to Faith-Based Schools and Churches

The Christian Learning Center (CLC) Network is an organization of experts in inclusive education. Based in Grand Rapids, Michigan, they have been partnering with private, faith-based schools and churches for almost 30 years.

College Options for People with Intellectual Disabilities

The Think College Initiative focuses on research, training, and resources for college, for people with intellectual disabilities.

Employing People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

Companies hire people with IDD for business reasons and are rewarded with business benefits.

Research in Progress

Ability Revolution is currently conducting research on employees who work with people with intellectual or developmental disabilities.

Dissertation Research

Dr. Jennifer Camota conducted academic research of faith-based private schools throughout the United States that included children with varying levels of disabilities.

Dissertation Research

Dr. Jennifer Camota conducted academic research of faith-based private schools throughout the United States that included children with varying levels of disabilities.

Research in Progress

Ability Revolution is currently conducting research on employees who work with people with intellectual or developmental disabilities.

Employing People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

Companies hire people with IDD for business reasons and are rewarded with business benefits.