By Stephanie Lollino
Last week, disability communities across the nation celebrated the 32nd anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
What I Learned While Researching a Book About Disability Pride
by Ben Mattlin
If you're reading this, chances are you're interested in disabilities (or people who have them). The good news is, you're not alone.
Judy Heumann, Pioneering Disability Rights Activist
She's Considered the Mother of Disability Rights and She's a 'Badass'
Editors Note: Many people in the disability community don’t know the name, Judy Heumann. She was featured in ‘Crip Camp‘ the documen
Unlock the Mysteries of the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) – – Understanding Your Disability Rights is Only a Few Clicks Away
The ADA prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities in all areas that are open to the general public.
Driverless cars promise far greater mobility for the elderly and people with disabilities
They are too old to drive safely or cannot see well enough or otherwise have sound reason to fear climbing behind the wheel of a car.
My daughter doesn’t have ‘special’ needs. She’s disabled.
Like most parents, I think each of my children is special.
Google’s new plan to create more accessible offices
A holistic approach to universal design wants to make the workspace better for all.
United Spinal Association Invites the Disability Community to Participate in a National Survey about Accessible Parking and Placard Abuse
The online survey takes about 10 minutes and will impact policies related to parking for people with disabilities.
Residents with Disabilities Take NYC Sidewalks to Court
Advocates for people with disabilities asked a federal court to declare that New York City has not done enough to make its sidewalks accessible.