A project of People Inc, the Museum of disABILITY History proves that everything is possible. It is a trusted, go-to resource for anyone that is looking to learn about the history, challenges, and achievements of people with disabilities over the past few centuries.
WNY Fdn Supports Project.
We proudly acknowledge a grant for $19,118 received from WNY Foundation in support of our experiential Tour Room Project. Thank you WNY Foundation for helping us to inform and nurture empathetic citizenry.
Join us on Fri. April 25 for the national premier of "Raising Matty Christian." Learn More » To view the film's trailer: Click Here »
Dialogue on disAbility
Join us on Friday, May 9th at 7pm to welcome author Susan Conners, who will present valuable information from her book "The Tourette Syndrome and OCD Checklist." Learn More »
Join us on Friday, June 6th and Saturday, June 7th to celebrate the opening of our brand new exhibit, "Monument for the Forgotten." The exhibit commemorates the lives of thousands of people with disabilities who lived in institutions around WNY. Learn More »
Now available in the Museum store.
The highly anticipated “Abandoned Asylums of New England” is now available for purchase in the Museum Store. This photographic journey by John Gray, with historical insight by the Museum of disABILITY History, captures the final throes of the once majestic models of medical treatment. Learn more and get your copy at the Museum Store.
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Your support ensures that the Museum can continue to tell the story of the lives, triumphs, and struggles of people with disabilities whether through an annual membership or a one-time donation. Your contribution is integral to the ongoing operation of the only bricks and mortar disability history museum in the world. See Support Us.
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