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Advocating for the disabled for more than 25 years
A Nonprofit Organization in Islip, New York
Located in Islip, New York, Innersight is a nonprofit organization committed to providing advocacy for the disabled, both locally and globally. We are owned and operated by a group of motivated disabled individuals, and have been making changes in the community and supporting disabled individuals for more than 25 years. Innersight was founded on the belief that the disabled deserve to enjoy all that the world has to offer, from simple everyday activities, such as visiting a coffee shop, to physically demanding sports. Innersight’s ultimate hope and goal is to make everything and everywhere accessible to those who are disabled, no matter what the disability.
Advocate Work for the Disabled
Innersight has gone above and beyond to help disabled individuals do everything from finding jobs to assisting with finances and grocery bills. Our goal is to improve life for all disabled individuals through adaptive measures, such as advocating for the installation of talking traffic lights, prescription bottles labeled with Braille and large print, and wheelchair accessible sidewalks. Innersight’s advocate work is an ongoing process and our determination demands that we continue advocating until real progress is apparent.
An Exciting Update
Thanks to the help of Innersight’s television program, the local and national news, Frank Perino, and the board of elections, we now have election boothst for the visually impaired! This success is just one of the steps taken to a friendly world for disabled individuals. Innersight is also pleased to announce that we have begun training service dogs for the disabled and are ready to assist any disabled person who would like to train their own dog.
Make Some Noise
It's an emergency when a disabled individual cannot access a traffic light and there are numerous rules in the way of our safety. Please call, email, or write the governor to get rid of these prejudice rules so accessible pedestrian signals can be installed wherever disabled individuals need to cross.
Contact us today to learn how you can donate to our nonprofit organization.
INNERSIGHT is a nonprofit organization devoted to the advocacy for the disabled. If you would like to find out more about INNERSIGHT and our mission, or would like to donate to our organization, please contact us today by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (631) 224-3090 as well as (631) 478-3590. Our facebook page is: https://www.facebook.com/innersightinc
Join us in our cause to offer help for the disabled and make a difference in your local community. You may also tune into our radio show that has close to 80,000 archived listens (or podcasts) on blogtalkradio.com/innersightinfo 7 nights a week from 9:00pm – 10:00pm we are live. Our TV show can be seen at different times locally on Wednesday 8:30 a.m. Hauppauge, NY channel 20 cablevision, Wednesday 10:30 p.m. Woodbury, NY channel 115 cablevision, Wednesday 11:00 p.m. the Five Boughs channel 1997 Time Warner Cable, and also Wednesday 11:00 p.m. we can be seen globally online through Manhattan neighborhood network www.mnn.org on Channel 3 "The Spirit Channel".
||Frank Perino, who is a blind service dog trainer, adopts a condemned Akita and trains her to be a guide dog.||Share this: