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Summer Newsletter 2021

Summer is here and at ConnectAbility we are thrilled to welcome you back into our offices in early August! We will begin to have support groups, workshops, Club Connect and other activities in our space, with safety protocols in place. Read our Summer Newsletter to learn more.

Summer Newsletter 2021

Summer is here and at ConnectAbility we are thrilled to welcome you back into our offices in early August! We will begin to have support groups, workshops, Club Connect and other activities in our space, with safety protocols in place. Read our Summer Newsletter to learn more.

Knowledge Series: VIA Updates

In this Knowledge Series discussion on June 29, 2021, we heard from VIA and VIA Transit to discuss: What’s Happening Now & Upcoming Changes.

Exercising at Home

Daily movement at home is a powerful way to keep your body and mind healthy. Here are some suggestions for exercising at home.

Knowledge Series: Disability Rights Texas

In this Club Connect meeting on 3/3/21, we welcomed two guest speakers from Disability Rights Texas. Jeanie Hanzal spoke about Vocational Rehab (VR) and Cicely Reid spoke about Support Decision Making (SDM) / Guardianship and Self-Determination.

Newsletters

Spring Newsletter 2021

We are happy to be ushering in Spring 2021! What a year this has been. Here at ConnectAbility, we are happy to announce that we have grown! Read our Spring Newsletter to learn more.

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Fall Newsletter 2020

Dawn Dixon discusses our goals and and accomplishments in the Fall quarter. Also, read our Hero Spotlight to learn more about Micah Gandy.

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Knowledge Series

Knowledge Series: Disability Rights Texas

In this Club Connect meeting on 3/3/21, we welcomed two guest speakers from Disability Rights Texas. Jeanie Hanzal spoke about Vocational Rehab (VR) and Cicely Reid spoke about Support Decision Making (SDM) / Guardianship and Self-Determination.

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Are your kids in school?

Since the start of the pandemic, San Antonio officials have warned that COVID-19 would pose the greatest threat to people with existing medical conditions. Those individuals with disabilities in the San Antonio community understand the COVID-19 precautions that local schools and universities have instituted.

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