KTLA celebrates Monique Watts from AbilityFirst

There are few better feelings than knowing you’ve made a real difference in people’s lives. Monique Watts gets that feeling every day. She spends her time helping people with developmental disabilities at AbilityFirst’s Harry A. Mier Center in Inglewood. Her work gives disabled kids a sense of pride, surrounds them with friendship and helps each one achieve his or her personal best.

Monique Watts with group of developmentally disabled kids

(I can’t embed the actual video, but you can click the image, or watch it here.)

Another great feeling is the one we get, working for a client who makes this kind of difference in the world. We’re thrilled to be helping AbilityFirst to continue their incredible mission. To see more video and find out more about this great institution, check out their site.


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