Q. My niece is getting married on the opposite side of the country and I use a power wheelchair. Despite flying in the past, I now question my ability to do so safely. We hear reports about flights that were canceled, delayed extensively, or people being removed from departing flights for no apparent reason. I cannot imagine what it would be like ...
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Q. After having another Friday night with friends ruined due to a lack of access at our favorite neighborhood watering hole, I need to find out what regulations might be in place regarding accessible seating for wheelchairs.
The Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Park is not wheelchair accessible, according to disability rights groups.
The American Health Care Act, if passed, could mean less coverage at a higher cost.
The U.S. Supreme Court has sided with a 13-year-old Michigan girl with cerebral palsy who has spent years fighting for the right to bring her golden doodle service dog, Wonder, to class.
Q. My wife and I are planning to buy a home in a new development where we will be joined by our paraplegic adult son. Making the home wheelchair accessible is an important part of our plans, but we have run across some challenges in making that happen.