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Providing youth/young adults with disabilities, parents and professionals a secure online experience that removes social barriers and promotes independence, respect, acceptance and inclusion.

Thank you Kristin (long time member) for meeting Zosia's challenge! Zosia has a challenge for you. Her family donated $50 to help us increase our support for people isolated during the COVID-19 crisis. Funds will also be used to help us launch our new website that will enable us to continue this level of support for thousands more members across the country!

For thirty years we have been connecting youth and young adults online for friendship and support, especially at times when the curve balls life throws at us leave us feeling isolated and unsure. Ability Online continues to be a safe and supportive place for young people of all abilities and their families to connect. If you are staying at home to look after your health and well-being, we have people you can chat with, fun recipes and craft ideas, and a library of books and videos for the preschooler right through to beyond high school level readers.

Check out our amazing 2020 students who are supporting Pink Shirt Day! Check out the Pictures 

February 26th, 2020 is National Pink Shirt Day! Wear pink on this day to show everyone the importance of standing up to bullying. If you are close to Guelph Humber University you can purchase one of our new shirts. Send a message to information@abilityonline.org to get more information. //read more

Wishing everyone a Happy and Healthy New Year!

The greatest gift is when a long time member who we have been supporting, turns around and runs his own fundraising campaign for the holidays as his way of giving back! Krystian Shaw is kicking off the lead up to Giving Tuesday with his own Facebook Holiday campaign. //read more