At AbilityPath, we provide a lifetime of support services for children, adults, and seniors with developmental disabilities and their families in the greater Bay Area. AbilityPath is a well-regarded 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that meets the highest standards of accountability. We are funded by the government, program fees, and more than 1,200 donors who support our important mission.
Empower people with special needs to achieve their full potential through innovative, inclusive programs and community partnerships.
A world where people of all abilities are fully accepted, respected, and included.
Better Together, Better with YOU
Our mission to accept, respect, and include people of all abilities extends to every member of our community. As an organization, we are committed to the lifelong process of diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) learning and application as we continue to build a more inclusive culture, where everyone plays a role in advancing DEI and has opportunities to represent themselves authentically. We aspire to use our advocacy to challenge ableism and all corresponding systems of privilege and oppression through our programs and services. We will always have work to do, and we look forward to doing it TOGETHER!
Put your passion to work. If you want to make a difference supporting people with developmental disabilities in a stable and supportive environment with competitive compensation, apply to AbilityPath!
Through AbilityPath and our affiliated organizations, including Learning Links and Via Services, we have a variety of positions available ranging from working with children as Preschool Teachers and Children’s Therapists to working with adults and seniors as Independent Living Supervisors or Integrated Living Program Instructors.
Make Our Mission YOUR Mission!
AbilityPath provides a lifetime of services for individuals with developmental disabilities in San Mateo and Santa Clara Counties. Our mission is to empower people with special needs to achieve their full potential through innovative, inclusive programs, and community partnerships