What Is ABLE Industries?

ABLE Industries is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that offers a variety of services to adults with disabilities. If you have a disability and would like information on services we provide, Please visit our ABLE Programs area on this website - Life Skills Learning Center, Organizational Employment and Community Employment sections. ABLE Industries has over 50 years experience in assembling and packaging. We help small to large businesses grow with our unique combination of physical and human capital. If you are a business looking for temporary labor to help with your business needs or you want to buy personal care kits, personal care products or sweep nets, please refer to our Products and Services area for ways that ABLE can meet your needs.

What's Going On At Able Industries?

Life Skills Open House Awards Night

Join us as we celebrate the acheivements of our clients and recognize community members at the Life Skills Learning Center Annual Open House Awards Night. CLICK HERE FOR THE PRESS RELEASE

When: Thursday May 12, 2016 5:00 - 6:00 PM
Where: 2544 E. Valley Oaks Dr, Visalia
Phone: (559) 651-8150
Email: mark@ableindustries.org

Ride the Sequoia Shuttle Free

Celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the Sequoia Shuttle with Able Industries and ride to Seqouia National Park FREE on Thursday May 26th. CLICK HERE for information on this one day only special event or visit their website at www.sequoiashuttle.com

Go Paperless

From sticky notes to large blueprints, we can scan and convert your sensitive documents to digital format. Please contact:

Jerry Ormonde
Phone: (559) 651-8150
Email: gerald@ableindustries.org

We Do Mobile Catering

ABLE Industries offers a unique catering service for your specific needs. Please contact:

Janice McCarthy
Phone:(559) 651-8150
Email: janice@ableindustries.org

We've Officially Changed Our Name

We have officially changed our legal name from "Tulare County Training Center for the Handicapped, Inc. dba ABLE Industries" to "Able Industries, Inc."

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