My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Ability Plus Inc, Madison, AL, USA
After learning of the scalding of a girl in a whirlpool bath which resulted in a very large settlement by API , the shocking death of Jeremy Shubert, multiple rib fractures of my daughter, her time spent in Intensive Care Unit for Septic Shock after no medical access for illness and pneumonia following a prior hospitalization for pneumonia ..again..inadequate medical treatment ..and being told by a surgeon that her survival was In severe jeopardy because her condition had gone on too long......I would never recommend Ability Plus for anyone.
I am hearing of other disturbing incidents that have taken place due to API neglect and I believe outright fraud.
The organization is not the same as it was when we took our daughter there with high hopes and trust. The key employees that we trusted have been fired and replaced by family members of unknown qualifications but inflated salaries.
Stay away from these people. Take a deep look into this organization. Go beyond what you see on the surface and go beyond the loving hugs and smiling faces. Go to metro jail website.
I can be contacted and I will pass on information that I honestly feel is shocking. my email is email@example.com. My telephone number is 256-426-4696.
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
Start at the top and clean house and make this an honest and honorable organization. I would use funding for the people who are supposed to be served and take away the unbelievable salaries and top heavy organization at the top. I have never known of a similar organization with so many top executives and Senior Directors. And they are all paid a lot of money that I think should be used for the ..as they call them..consumers. I would ask for investigation into the real organization of API
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