Personal Responsibility • Good Citizenship • A Purpose Driven Life

Our primary objective is facilitating individual growth as identified by you.

Able Hands - Your Community Partner

Able Hands provides person-directed habilitation services to individuals with traumatic brain injuries and developmental disabilities in both residential and outpatient settings.
  • We are a dedicated team of professionals who understand having a disability does not define who you are as a person.
  • We work with you to establish your goals and desires for personal development.
  • Our services are individually tailored to produce the best results.
  • We are committed to providing the highest quality of services to you, whether through our program or by identifying the best possible placement for you.
  • Our company’s primary objective is facilitating individual growth as identified by you.
  • Our staff are trained to aid you in identifying areas of interest or those areas you wish to improve.
  • We recognize our sole purpose as an organization is in meeting your needs while providing education for the larger community to promote the eradication of barriers for all people.
  • We believe “We the People” means every human being.

What We Believe

  • We believe in person directed services. No other person’s wants, needs, or growth comes before yours.
  • We work to facilitate an environment where personal responsibility, good citizenship, and a meaningful purpose driven life is integral to your success.
  • We recognize each human being has the right to self-direction and to strive to be the best person they can be.
  • We believe all individuals have the capacity to grow and progress as human beings.
  • We are opposed to institutional employment and living. Every human being has a right to live and work in their community in a natural and personal setting.

Watch How We Help Members of Our Community

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2 weeks ago

Able Hands

Able Hands is deeply grateful to our team. Their dedication and persistent high quality of work creates an environment of success for the people we serve, our company, and contributes to our community.We wish to say a special thanks to the following people who have reached their 10-year milestone.Collectively, they represent over 250 years of experience helping people with developmental disabilities and acquired brain injuries succeed as integral members of our community.
Without their effort, commitment,and compassion,Able Hands would not succeed as a company. We are forever indebted to our team and appreciate them more than they can know

Pictured:Left to Right; Back Row: Josh Bellamy, Owner; Monica Ruiz; Pam Kuske; Desirae Hall; Robin Cozad; EstherBrandt; and Max Mickelson, Owner.

Left to Right; Front Row: Monica Castro; Lana Hernandez; Asya Mikula; and Kim Bellamy
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2 months ago

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Every five years, the Wyoming Governor’s Council on Developmental Disabilities travels the state of Wyoming to speak to communities about gaps in services for people with developmental disabilities. This feedback is used to build the Council’s Five-Year Plan, which is what drives everything the Council does. If you have information or concerns about people with developmental disabilities in Wyoming please join a listening session or complete an on-line survey, we need your input.

The WGCDD will be in Rock Springs January 13th from 6:30pm-8pm at the C street Library.

Everyone is welcome to come and give feedback. Hope to see you there.
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