Affordable Housing for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities Moves Forward after Winning State Funding
Mitchell Park Place, a new 50-unit affordable housing development designed to serve lower-income individuals, with a particular focus on individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, will move forward after today winning $25 million in federal low-income housing tax credits.
AbilityPath Director Sarah Verity Appointed to Statewide Disability Coalition Board of Directors
Sarah Verity, Director of Board Relations and Legislative Affairs for AbilityPath, has been elected to the California Disability Services Association (CDSA) Board of Directors.
The American Therapeutic Recreation Association Announces AbilityPath as Title Sponsor
The American Therapeutic Recreation Association (ATRA), the largest national organization dedicated to serving and empowering recreational therapists, announces AbilityPath as the title sponsor for the 2023 ATRA Annual Conference being held this year in St. Louis, Missouri from September 9 to 12, 2023.
Mitchell Park Place to Serve Residents with Developmental Disabilities
Today, Santa Clara County Supervisor Joe Simitian, the City of Palo Alto, AbilityPath and Eden Housing began demolition efforts on Charleston Road in Palo Alto to make way for Mitchell Park Place, a new 50-unit affordable housing development designed to serve lower-income individuals, with a particular focus on individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Elected Officials, Civic Leaders and Disability Community Honor County Supervisor Carole Groom
AbilityPath Holds Renaming Ceremony of its Burlingame Campus to the Carole Groom Learning Center
AbilityPath Unveils New Inclusive Outdoor Event Venue for Community
County Supervisor Joe Simitian gives remarks at ribbon cutting ceremony
AbilityPath and Via Services Announce Affiliation Agreement
Mitchell Park Place Receives Development Approval from City of Palo Alto
Major milestone in affordable housing project for individuals with developmental disabilities.
AbilityPath Becomes Exclusive Provider of Therapy Services on the Peninsula for People with Stroke or Traumatic Brain Injury
AbilityPath announced that it’s now the exclusive provider of rehabilitation programs and therapy services on the Peninsula for adults who have suffered a stroke or traumatic brain injury (TBI).
Gatepath and Abilities United Become AbilityPath
New Name and Tagline—Inspiring Inclusion—Position California, Developmental Disabilities Service Provider for the Next 100 Years
Healthcare District and Nonprofits Join Forces to Open First Cooperative Housing Model for Adults with Developmental Disabilities in San Mateo County
Peninsula Health Care District, Gatepath and Housing Choices have formed a partnership to establish the first cooperative living homes in San Mateo County for adults with developmental disabilities.
Governor Newsom Says California’s Special Education is in Crisis
Yet His State Budget Proposal for 2020-21 Fails to Adequately Fund Services for Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities.
Four Award-Winning Authors Champion Inclusion at the 28th Annual Authors Luncheon
A benefit for children and adults with special needs and developmental disabilities.
David Maraniss, Cathleen Schine, J. Ryan Stradal, and Deborah Underwood Announced as Guest Authors at Abilities United 28th Annual Authors Luncheon
A benefit that supports children and adults with special needs and developmental disabilities
Gatepath and Abilities United Finalize Affiliation Agreement
Two Bay Area nonprofits join forces to become the largest provider of services to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities on the Peninsula.
NFL Super Bowl Champion Kurt Warner Speaks About the Importance of Inclusion at Gatepath’s Power of Possibilities Event
Warner shares his inspiring story about being a parent of a child with special needs.
Gatepath and Abilities United Enter Merger Talks
Two Bay Area nonprofits serving individuals with developmental disabilities explore strategic alliance to proactively address significant underfunding of California’s disabilities system.
Gatepath Receives a Grant from the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative
Grant supports organizations working to address the basic and more urgent needs of at-risk and vulnerable individuals in four San Mateo County Communities.
New Executive Committee to Board of Directors Announced
Gatepath, a nonprofit serving individuals with developmental disabilities and their families for more than 98 years, announced the appointments of a new Executive Committee to its Board of Directors. These individuals bring to the organization an array of professional expertise in the areas of finance, education, health, law, and operations.
NFL Super Bowl Champion Kurt Warner and Award-Winning Journalist Nancy O’Dell Announced as Guest Speakers at Gatepath’s 11th Annual Power of Possibilities
Two-time NFL MVP and Super Bowl champion Kurt Warner will be the guest speaker at Gatepath’s 11th Annual Power of Possibilities event on March 21, 2019 at the San Francisco Airport Marriott Waterfront in Burlingame, CA.