The primary objective of the Ability Patient and Family Advisory Council (APFAC) was to develop a truly unique and productive customer experience to fulfill Ability’s “Life Enhanced” promise. APFAC consists of nine Ability patients and two to four Ability staff members. Each council member serves a one-year term with the option to extend up to one additional year. Ed Nathan, a patient at Ability’s Exton, PA patient care center, will serve as the council’s first leader. He’s been an Ability patient for three years with a right, below-knee amputation. Now, he’s helping current and future patients lead the best lives they can.