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DateAble, Inc. is involved in several advocacy efforts for people with disabilities. DateAble is committed to celebrating the achievements and accomplishments of people with disabilities through two special annual events.

Image Awards

The DateAble Image Awards are designed to raise the consciousness regarding the accomplishments of people with disabilities and to highlight those who support and encourage people with disabilities to excel in their communities, professions, and personal lives.

Todd Mullins Courage Award - The Todd Mullins Courage Award was created to honor Todd's spirit after his unexpected death in September 2003. Todd was an advocate for disability rights and awareness and was involved with the Arthritis Foundation as a public speaker, leader in the young adult network, and a participant and planner in local and national conferences for the American Juvenile Arthritis Organization.

Rick Douglas Award - Rick was honored with a DateAble Image Award in 1999 and has a special advocacy award named for him ever since. Rick Douglas was a long-time advocate for disability rights who held many prestigious positions during his career. He was the Vocational Rehabilitation Director for the state of Vermont, Executive Director of the President's Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities, and Director of Disability Initiatives for the Department of Labor.

Award Recipients - are selected through a nomination process that accepts nominations from the public as well as members of the disability awareness community.

Nominations - are accepted by email, mail, telephone, and facsimile at the DateAble office.

Ms. Wheelchair Maryland

The Ms. Wheelchair Maryland organization acknowledges and celebrates the accomplishments and achievements of women who affect change in our community and use a wheelchair daily.

The pageant is held on the first weekend of November at the Double Tree Hotel in Rockville.  For more information visit the Ms. Wheelchair Maryland website at


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