The Therapy Center at Abilis Opens in Stamford | Patch

The facility offers a variety of services to local clients with disabilities and their families.

Stamford, CT

By Barbara Heins (Patch Staff)
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Abilis has opened a state-of-the-art therapy facility in Stamford where experts are teaming together to create a cohesive approach to evidence-based, personalized therapy. 

The Therapy Center at Abilis — located at 1150 Summer St. — offers a range of therapeutic services for individuals of all ages to address communication, social, sensory, physical and cognitive challenges, as well as behavioral issues that negatively impact family dynamics and community inclusion.


Christine Georgopulo, owner of Arthur Murray Grande Ballroom on Lewis Street in Greenwich, hosted a Valentine’s Day dance on Saturday night.

By PAT TOMLINSON Times Staff Writer

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STAMFORD — When it comes to helping those with developmental disabilities, one Greenwich-based nonprofit agency is saying no to status quo.

Since being founded in 1951, Abilis has continually been one of the foremost advocates for equal rights for individuals with developmental disabilities.

by Frank MacEachern

Photo: Keelin Daly/Contributed

STAMFORD, Conn., -- Greenwich-based Abilis has expanded its work by opening a new Stamford office that will offer services for people of all ages with developmental disabilities.

Abilis, which was founded in 1951, helps people with developmental disabilities to lead full and active lives. The newly opened Therapy Center at Abilis will fill a gap for many people, said Dennis W. Perry, the organization's President and CEO.