Press Releases

  • Hot Dogs & Hiring

    August 6, 2019
    Princeton – (8/6/19) – This past summer, Enable added a new twist to their regularly scheduled job fairs – Hot Dogs & Hiring. It is no secret that agencies in the human services industry are in constant need for qualified direct support staff. Enable, Inc., is a nonprofit that provides programs and services for adults ...

  • Paper Faces And Lady Luck Takeover Ballroom As Community Raises Money For Adults With Disabilities

    April 30, 2019
    West Windsor – (4/26/19) – On April 26th, guests, adorned with masks and casino chips, filled the Mercer Oaks Clubhouse to celebrate the nonprofit organization, Enable, Inc. for its 30th Anniversary Masquerade Casino gala. This annual event brings the community together to support a very important cause, raising funds to uphold the critical programs and ...

  • Enable Opens 20th Residential Group Home

    February 11, 2019
    Brick – (2/7/19) – Today, Enable, Inc. celebrated the opening of its newest group home with a ribbon cutting ceremony. Celebrating 30 years of excellence in providing programs and services for individuals with disabilities, this home, located in Brick Township, marks the organizations 20th community-based group home. “We are thrilled to be here today for the ...

  • Enable Consumers And Bloomberg Give Back To The Community

    December 13, 2018
    On December 7th, consumers in Enable’s Princeton day program had the opportunity to “give a bear, take a bear,” thanks to Bloomberg. For the past year, volunteers from Bloomberg have been visiting the day program once a month to work with consumers on various projects. This month, they brought all the supplies for making Build-a-Bears. ...

  • Local Community Paints for a Purpose

    October 24, 2018
    Princeton – (10/24/18) – Earlier this month, Enable held its Painting for a Purpose fundraiser to help raise friends and funds for the nonprofit organization dedicated to providing programs, supports and services to individuals with disabilities. The event was held at Cranbury Station Gallery in Princeton. Led by art instructor Kathie Maguire Morolda, guests enjoyed ...

  • Celebrating Direct Support Staff

    September 28, 2018
    Edison – (9/28/18) – This past month, Enable, Inc. held a special picnic to honor their hard- working, dedicated Direct Support Professionals. “Our Direct Support Staff are the backbone to our organization,” says Lisa Coscia, CEO, Enable. “These are the men and women on the front line, who work hard each and every day, to ensure ...

  • Enable, Inc. Looks to the Future

    August 30, 2018
    Princeton – (8/30/18) – Enable, Inc. is excited to unveil its new logo and tagline Inspired Care. New Possibilities. The organization’s new look and message reflects the forward thinking direction the agency is taking to ensure that its programs and services are ready to meet the ever changing needs of the men and women with ...

  • NJ Symphony Orchestra Visits Enable Day Programs

    July 9, 2018
    Earlier this month, the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra (NJSO) sent musicians to Enable, Inc. to entertain the men and women who attend two of its day programs.

  • The Bee’s Knees – Highlights from Enable’s Gala!

    July 9, 2018
    On April 27th, Enable held its annual benefit gala at Mercer Oaks. This year’s theme the “Roaring Funnies” had its guests in stitches as they took part in an interactive Dinner & Murder Mystery live show, presented by the Riddlesbrood Touring Theatre Company.

  • Enable, Inc. Announces Merger with Life Skills Resource Center, Inc.

    February 28, 2018
    Representatives from Enable, Inc. and Life Skills Resource Center, Inc. announced today that the two companies have merged. Life Skills will immediately begin to operate as Enable, Inc.

  • NJ Buzz Interviews Lisa Coscia, CEO

    February 14, 2018
    DO YOU KNOW ANYONE WITH A DISABILITY? If so, then you also know that the simplest of things we take for granted, like going outside for fresh air or going to a movie, used to be impossible or extremely rare for someone with a disability! NOT ANYMORE!