Educate individuals on how people with disabilities want and should be treated.


Today at the 12th Annual Mayor 's Disability and Diversity Expo at UDC, I received the ADA COORDINATOR CERTIFICATION!!!


Join this group us to learn, to meet other entrepreneurs with disabilities and to get inspired! We have speakers come and discuss topics like how to use social media for business, how to start a nonprofit organization and how to fundraise and other startup topics.

This is also a great opportunity to make friends and learn about other resources in the community.

As a group, we meet every third Wednesday of the month! From 1-3PM at an incubator for startups (2055 L ST NW, WASHINGTON, DC 20036)

We also post events throughout the month that the community might be interested in.

Hope to see you at our next MeetUp.

Our Mission

Our mission is to educate families, friends, employers, and the public in general on how to interact with persons with disabilities without making themselves and/or the persons with disabilities feeling uncomfortable

Our Services

This is just a small sample of what our business offers

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Being certified in Mental Health First Aid, I have learned the skills needed to see the risk factors and/or warning signs for mental health, addiction concerns and strategies on how to help someone in both crisis and non- crisis situations, and where to turn for help.

Service 4

We partner with THE LINNER FOUNDATION to provide workshops and parent training's for our members.

Service 1

Encouraging people to see the whole person and not their disability. We will be ​concentrating on seeing what a person can do rather than what they can not do at home, school, work and beyond.

Services 3

There are people with hidden disabilities are caught between not being fully accepted as people without disabilities, and not being recognized as being "real" disabled.

We plan through disability etiquette guidelines to show how to approach people with disabilities. And to educate individuals on how people with disabilities want and should be treated.