ASC & Helping Restore Ability Hand in Hand Luncheon
- Charity & Causes
- Omni Dallas Hotel, Dallas TX
Join Helping Restore Ability, the largest nonprofit in Texas who provides in-home care for people with disabilities to celebrate the work of the agency at the:
"Game Changer" Casino Fundraiser!
Play casino table games, including blackjack, rouleette, craps, and poker for chances to win great prizes.
817.469.1977 (you can RSVP by phone, if you prefer)
Dress is "Casino Casual"
Dinner, Beer, and Wine provided
Held at the magnificent venue of the Arlington Museum of Art
201 West Main Street
Arlington, Texas 76010
Hosted by Dawn Neufeld of KTXD's "The Broadcast"
Presented by: Star-Telegram (http://www.star-telegram.com/)
Meredith and Associates (http://meredithcpas.com/)
American National Bank (http://www.anbtx.com/)
Cigna Healthspring (http://www.cignahealthspring.com/)
KTXD - Channel 47 (http://www.ktxdtv.com/)
Divine Wine (http://dvinewinegranbury.com/)
Bates Insurance & Investments (http://gusbates.com/)
Plains Capital Bank (https://www.plainscapital.com/)
Resource Development Initiatives (http://www.rdinitiatives.com/)
Gus Bates Insurance and Investments (http://gusbates.com/)
Health Masters Home Health (http://www.healthmastersinc.com/)
McAdams Wealth Management
Healthcare Resource (http://www.hcrhomehealth.com/)
SI Roosth Artic
Munsh, Hardt, Kopf & Harr PC. Attorneys and Counselors (http://www.munsch.com/)
Dean and Jane Peyton
Sewell Lexus of Fort Worth (http://www.sewelllexus-fortworth.com/)
A little more about Helping Restore Ability:
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention makes a startling claim: “Today, about 50 million Americans, or one in five people, are living with at least one disability, and most Americans will experience a disability some time during the course of their lives. Anyone can have a disability.” Factor in accelerated Baby Boomer aging, and the result is a sharp increase in the need for services to care for people – services that offer independence, freedom, and dignity.
Those with a disabling condition run a broad range, from infants with a congenital disease, to toddlers diagnosed with autism, to teenagers now using a wheelchair after an accident, to parents who battle cancer, to grandparents diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. Those that we serve have 449 different diagnoses. Everyone knows someone who requires care — maybe a little, maybe around the clock — yet many of those who need care cannot afford it. Helping Restore Ability, through its 1,700 care attendants statewide offers that needed care, usually in their own homes on a sliding scale. Indeed, more than 98% of our clients pay nothing for the care we provide.
As the largest nonprofit in Texas to provide independent living services, we have done much work. Nonetheless, much work remains. We need your help to care for people with disabilities.
Established in 1977, Helping Restore Ability is the leading independent nonprofit organization in Texas dedicated to enhancing the lives of women, men and children with physical, developmental, or intellectual disabilities. We are an Arlington, Texas-based agency that serves all-income levels and provides personal attendant services for in-home or in-hospital care. We also deliver caregiver training, helps clients manage caregiver services and connect Texans to the resources they need to continue to live in their homes and go to school or work while maintaining dignity and independence. Helping Restore Ability is a statewide service provider and advocate, a thought-leader committed to a future in which no Texan with a disability lacks the resources needed to live a full and independent life.
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