Ability Center of Virginia

Ability Center of Virginia Ability Center of Virginia is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization serving children and adults with disabilities. Our mission: "To positively affect the quality of life for persons with physical and intellectual disabilities and their families, creating greater independence, ability and inclusion in the community."
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Operating as usual

06/17/2020
Virtual Rollercoasters with Ability Days!

Take a ride with Ability Days!

#whatsyourABILITY

The Ability Days crew "buckled up" for some afternoon rollercoaster rides on Zoom! Such a fun group of guys and gals! #whatsyourABILITY

Ability Center of Virginia's cover photo
06/17/2020

Ability Center of Virginia's cover photo

06/17/2020

HUGE thanks to all who participated in our LIGHT UP YOUR SUMMER RAFFLE!

THE WINNER IS (HARD TO HEAR) BUT AMEENA LEWIS!!!!

STAY TUNED FOR MORE GREAT THINGS FROM THE ACVA!

06/17/2020
06/16/2020

LIGHT UP YOUR SUMMER.
FINAL HOURS TO WIN!

06/16/2020

LIGHT UP YOUR SUMMER
FINAL HOURS TO WIN!

Loading Now...........Camp AbilityADJUSTED 2020 Themes and Dates: Week 1:   I Love the 80's - June 22-25Week 2:  Spirit ...
06/13/2020

Loading Now...........Camp Ability

ADJUSTED 2020 Themes and Dates:
Week 1: I Love the 80's - June 22-25
Week 2: Spirit Week- July 6-9
Week 3: Fantastic Beast & Beings - July 20-23
Week 4: Summer Fun -August 3-6
Week 5: ART WEEK - August 10-13

*All weeks open to Teens and Adults

Register Today:
http://www.abilitycenterva.org/camp-ability.html

06/03/2020
Virginia Beach we remember.
05/31/2020

Virginia Beach we remember.

#whatsyourABILITY
05/29/2020

#whatsyourABILITY

05/28/2020
ESPN

#whatsyourABILITY
👇🏼👇🏼👇🏼👇🏼👇🏼👇🏼👇🏼

This is amazing 👏❤️

(via Friends of Abby Mac)

Thank you.
05/25/2020

Thank you.

05/21/2020
SportsCenter

We love this!

This is awesome 🙏

(via shannon_gibson72/TikTok)

#whatsyourABILITY
05/20/2020

#whatsyourABILITY

05/19/2020
Ability Center of Virginia
05/16/2020

Ability Center of Virginia

Ability Center of Virginia's cover photo
05/11/2020

Ability Center of Virginia's cover photo

Ability Center of Virginia
05/11/2020

Ability Center of Virginia

Wishing all of our ACVA Moms a very Happy Mothers Day. Not all of you are pictured, but all of you are loved. What a tru...
05/10/2020

Wishing all of our ACVA Moms a very Happy Mothers Day.

Not all of you are pictured, but all of you are loved. What a truly amazing group of Moms!

05/09/2020
WE ARE HERE FOR YOU!#whatsyourABILITY
05/08/2020

WE ARE HERE FOR YOU!

#whatsyourABILITY

We are feelin the love today ❤️ #whatsyourABILITY
05/07/2020
Kim

We are feelin the love today ❤️

#whatsyourABILITY

A HUGE thank you to everyone from the Ability Center for keeping spirits up and smiles on all of our faces. Cards, surprises, Zoom sessions with musical guests, BINGO games, art group and just the chance for everyone to see and hear their friends is so important now. Thank you for always being so wonderful and caring. ❤️

05/03/2020
Bluebird Beach Bungalows

Bluebird Beach Bungalows

Our CEO says it best. Mother’s Day is this week!!!!
A bluebird bungalow is the PERFECT Mother's Day gift--the gift that gives back!!!
Our lucky May customers will find a handmade Mother’s Day card from our friends at the Ability Center of Virginia tucked inside their bluebird house (while supplies last! ). Cards and bungalows are guaranteed to be made with LOVE!!!!

You may order by commenting here or by
emailing [email protected]. Houses may be ordered with a $15 donation.
Bluebird Beach Bungalows---Bluebird houses built by people with disabilities to
support people with disabilities. All of our profits are donated to charities.

Bungalows are made with reclaimed wood , Chesapeake Bay treasures, and LOVE. We are a 501c3 non profit organization serving people with disabilities. Our mission: DO GOOD THINGS! Please share this and like our page.

****LAST CHANCE to bid on the watermelon bungalow being auctioned for St. Mary’s. Current bid is $125!!!!

https://pilotonline.com/news/local/article_0ce9078a-c005-11e8-a8dd-63024fe82945.html

https://www.wavy.com/hr-show/what-s-good/what-s-good-bluebird-beach-bungalows/1530680763

Address

5825 Arrowhead Dr, Ste 201
Virginia Beach, VA
23462

General information

Ability Center of Virginia is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization serving children and adults with disabilities. ACVA is a proud community partner with United Way of South Hampton Roads.

Opening Hours

Monday 09:00 - 16:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 16:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 16:00
Thursday 09:00 - 16:00
Friday 09:00 - 16:00
Sunday 00:00 - 00:00

Telephone

(757) 497-7474

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Thought some of your members might enjoy this, hope everyone is staying safe. https://www.facebook.com/arielle.clarkwilliams/videos/10223538096066977/
A HUGE thank you to everyone from the Ability Center for keeping spirits up and smiles on all of our faces. Cards, surprises, Zoom sessions with musical guests, BINGO games, art group and just the chance for everyone to see and hear their friends is so important now. Thank you for always being so wonderful and caring. ❤️
Wanted to share this photo from camp a few years ago. We will miss you, beautiful young Jessica!
Come join us for our annual event March 7, 2020
Hey, Ms. Anna, Ms. Michelle and the whole cast of people from the Ability Center of Virginia! Thanks for inviting me and Kaz to your Christmas Party at the Grand Affairs Catering tonight! We all had a great time! And what made it even more special was having both of us here including me, Stephen Neagle. I'm your old pal!
Hey, People from the Ability Center of Virginia! I’ve met Cary before I went to the Norfolk Tides Baseball Game for Eggleston’s Night at the Ballpark! He missed me on Card Making Wednesday and I’ve introduced him my new workmate friend, Lavelle Goodman from the Naval Station Galley today and we both worked really really hard and fast together and I’ve done excellent on my work performance!
Hello, People from the Ability Center of Virginia including Ms. Ashley Hall! I’ve enjoyed The Lion King Musical show, 2 days ago and it was great! I’ve been a lovely person! Me, my Mom and my Aunt Tammy have been the best audience ever!
The Official Virginia Beach Video! Hope you enjoy!!
Michelle you did an awesome job today! I am so proud of you. Ashley was great also!
Hey, Ability Center of Virginia! Ms. Tonya Bright Doebler texted me, “We did letter cards today. Missed you”.
Hey, Everyone from the Ability Center! Sorry, me and my Mom are missing all of you at the ACoVA’s 23rd Annual Gala, “Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now” tonight because the tickets have been sold out! But I’ve got my new same work job back, Food Service at the Naval Station Galley at Naval Station Norfolk! Yesterday, I’ve washed the dishes and the good news is that the conveyor belt is fixed and the scullery smells like pool water! Mrs. May called my Mom and she said I did great!
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