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Consultations are based on clients needs in group settings or one-on-one sessions.

Knowledge and experience in working with populations with diverse needs including individuals with disabilities and their families, caregivers, and transition youth.

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Assess your current situation and options.  Develop strategies and identify next steps.  Facilitate successful transitions.  Provide long-term supportive relationships.



Assist individuals with advocacy, problem-solving, decision-making, goal setting, follow-through and coaching on life skills.  Coordinate services.

Identify and connect individuals with public and private services and agencies. Assist with application and placement processes.



Assist in seeking either part-time or full-time employment, assess skills, resume building, mock interview. Clarify rights and responsibilities under the Americans with Disabilities Act, strategize about seeking accommodations.

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 Trainings are tailored to the needs for individuals with disabilities, human service agencies, government, and non-government agencies.

Topics include:

  • Employment Diversity Training

  • Leadership Development Training

  • Disability Etiquette Training

  • Self-Advocacy




Breaking through Barriers Training

Empower Possibilities developed the Breaking through Barriers Training in March, 2020 to provide trainings for individuals with disabilities, families, disability agencies, and community stakeholders in the areas of employment, disability inclusion, advocacy, or other disability-related topics. 


Breaking through Barriers and Employ to Empower instruction is peer to peer with a focus on an individual's ability-centered approach.


Together we can Educate, Advocate, and Empower  Possibilities for people with disabilities!

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Mirian Perez, Transitation Specialist

The students enjoyed Danielle's presentation on Leadership. Here are some comments the students made: 

“She surprised me, I did not know everything she went through”

“I am thankful for Ms. Danielle”

“She can come to our class anytime”

“It would be great for Ms. Danielle to teach at Arc Broward”

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Brenda Clark, Employment Coordinator

Ms. McGill provided hope for self-advocates of what they can accomplish. Agencies loved her perseverance and her message of how disability should not define an individual's ability.

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Charlene Bruke, 

Strategic Initiatives

Local Governmental Services

Danielle McGill lives and understands the transportation disadvantaged population. She has a great way of collabrating with community partners on various projects and trainings. 

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