Having lofty goals and looking for programs to support her, Tricia chose Goodwill. She aspired to build relationships in the community, develop friendships and work at a job where she could use her strengths and talents. Receiving both supported employment and day habilitation services, along with her determination and great attitude, Tricia is on target. When asked what is one thing you want people to know about you, she answered, “I am nice and helpful. I’m super friendly. I’m really good at completing tasks on time. I’m a forward thinker.” Goodwill is excited to be a part of her success. Marg, her Employment Specialist summarizes Tricia’s progress, “Tricia is hardworking, dedicated, friendly, social, loyal, well-liked and sees what needs to be done and does it.” In the future, Tricia aspires to live independently. While working towards her goal, Goodwill continues to assist with fine motor skills development, anxiety management, self-confidence building and job support. The only real disability is one’s attitude about it. Thank you for seeing ability, and not disability.