Exhibitors registered to exhibit at World Of Possibilities Disabilities Expo, October 24, 2020
Caring Communities is a small, yet growing, non-profit 501(c)3 organization based in Eldersburg, Maryland, which began in February of 1997 when a group of parents of children who had disabilities met to address the need for comprehensive respite care services and the lack of trained respite care providers in Maryland. Based on their personal experiences and frustrations, the group resolved to establish a statewide resource dedicated to promoting the ability of families who have children with disabilities to have a “break”, or respite, from the day-to-day responsibilities of raising such a child.
24/7 sales, service, rentals, repairs – new and reconditioned power wheelchairs, scooters, lift chairs, stair lifts, aids to daily living. We are a mobile medical – we are always open.
ROCK-ABLE is an incredible and most worthwhile disability awareness, diversity and anti-bullying school, conference, and/or corporate motivational speaking and “rocking out” program.
Everyone loves Captain Dee-Fense Book is a delightful children’s book, perfect for 3-8 year old fans, follows the story of Captain Dee-Fense as a Super Ravens Fan, Community Servant, Motivational Speaker and Local Personality. Collorful illustrations and charming story text are featured in this limited-edition, full gloss production, available only here and from Captain Dee-Fense himself.
Become a Respite Care Provider! Quality online respite care programs that will teach you how to provide first rate care for children who have disabilities. I addition to the RESPITE CARES! training program, we also offer CARING TEENS a program to train teens 14-18 years old to care for children with disabilities and CARING CAMPUS for college aged students.
ASL Terps is a Deaf-Owned Sign Language interpreting agency dedicated to providing “Quality interpreting, Caring Hearts.” We look forward to assisting you.
The National Harbor Chapter Federation of the Blind is a 501c(3) nonprofit that serves the blind/visually impaired of all ages in Prince George’s and Southern Maryland.
moBella believes that everyone should have a convenient, stress-free way to carry and access their belongings. moBella bags offer functionality and style for those who use wheelchairs, walkers, and scooters.
LIFE, Inc. purpose is to assist in establishing preferences for individuals impacted by disability to live self-sufficiently within their community. We aim to assist individuals identify and address unmet needs in the disability community through inclusion; by facilitating cultural, educational and recreational access. We strive to promote breaking down barriers within the area of accessible housing, transportation and employment.
EV Mobility Inc. is a new provider of innovative mobility scooters e-bikes and power wheel chairs. We are here to keep you going!
Disability Rights MD uses an array of advocacy strategies including information and referral, direct represenation, abuse and neglect investigations, community outreach, and technical training.
Regional Advocacy Specialists Build relationships with self-advocates, self-advocacy groups and providers, Support other self-advocates to learn about and understand DDA services, Coordinate and conduct a seven week training with a group of Self-Advocates, Provide general support to people receiving services from DDA, Develop and conduct additional training that meets the needs of Self-Advocates in their regions
The National Children’s Center (NCC) serves hundreds of children and adults with differing abilities throughout the continuum of life. NCC provides early childhood education and early intervention services, community residences, day services, individualized day support, and work readiness training. The mission of NCC is to enhance the lives of people of all ages, diverse backgrounds, and differing abilities through inclusive opportunities.
Trackchairs make it possible to leave your wheelchair on the sidewalk and go exploring where you never thought you could. Adventure Is Calling – Let’s Ride!
Creative Chance breaks down social barriers between those with and without disabilities in Baltimore, while creating opportunities in the arts for all!
The Arc Benefits Enrollment Center provides Prince George’s County residents with free disability screening and application assistance to enroll into core disability benefits.
The MSILC promotes, supports & enhances opportunities for Marylanders with disabilities to maximize choices to independently live, work and play.
Maryland ABLE is a financial tool that makes it possible for people with disabilities to save and invest without jeopardizing SSI, Medicaid, and other waivers.
Camp Fairlee provides a traditional, overnight summer camp experience for children and adults with all types of disABILITIES while providing respite care for their caregivers.