By Stephanie Lollino
Last week, disability communities across the nation celebrated the 32nd anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
Here’s What I Want You To Know Before You Grieve For My Disabled Body
By Amy Kenny
In this article, Dr. Amy Kenny explains the concept of “pre-grief."
Britney Spears Guardianship is a Disability Rights Case
By Ben Mattlin
Last month, pop star Britney Spears went to court to protest the guardianship she’d been under since 2008. She told a judge in Los Angeles that
Madison opens its first playground accessible to children with disabilities
The playground includes intellectually stimulating puzzles, an accessible merry-go-round and a smooth rubber surface around the play equipment.
New Chicago Hospital Invests $600 Million into Bringing Discoveries to Patients Sooner
The Shirley Ryan AbilityLab, the new home of the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago is now open. The state-of the-art facility is a rehabilitation ho
Dr. Lawrence C. Vogel is Co-Editor of a New Book on Pediatric SCI
Children with SCI need specialized care throughout their childhood and teenage years. This is an important new resource for pediatricians.