According to 2021 Vine And Dine Co-Chair Kara Sewell,
“Ability Connection, a 67-year-old nonprofit organization serves more than 700 people with all types of intellectual or other developmental disabilities across Texas.
“The charity’s ‘Core Values of Compassion, Respect and Results’ drives them to provide world class services for their members and their families with an individualized focus on each person’s ability and the belief in each individual’s potential.
“Through their ‘one person’ focus, the professionals learn what priorities individuals and families want and we work diligently to address those choices and goals.
“Ability Connection’s services and supports include physical and occupational therapy, adult day habilitation, assistive technology, transportation, residential care, information and referral, case management and in-home support to our members and their families.
“I have the good fortune to serve as co-chair, along with my friend Kimber Westphall Clonts, of the 2021 Vine And Dinner benefiting this incredible organization on Thursday, November 4, at The Hall on Dragon.
“Personally, I have a family history with individuals who have experienced the type of care that Ability Connection provides and Kimber has seen first-hand how much this approach benefits those who need it the most.
“The Vine And Dine event is Ability Connection’s most significant fundraiser and we are hopeful members of the community will join us in championing their important work.