Our CEO, Kristyn Butler, PhD, received her PhD in Applied Behavior Analysis and Special Education from The Ohio State University. She has spent her career serving special needs students and their families in Central Ohio school districts and in the private sector, both at Oakstone and as Special Education Director for Dublin City Schools.
The Ohio State University College of Education and Human Ecology recognized Dr. Butler with its Career Achievement Award in 2020 for her distinguished career in serving individuals with disabilities.
Ability Matters now has over 200 highly trained staff members serving consumers and their families in education, housing, day services and intervention.
Create community immersion, social and recreational activities
Support the family unit by promoting activities to focus on health and wellness
Develop life skills such as community-based reading and financial skills
Continue family religious and spiritual connections
Give back to our community by supported volunteer opportunities while learning daily living skills and vocational skills
Supported Community Living services for individuals living outside the family home
Quality care regardless of waiver or funding source
Our Staff/ Services Include:
Our Core Values:
Ability Matters Core Values
Positive Attitude and Positive Energy
Outstanding Work Ethic